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Thread: m$'s trillion dollar hit.




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    http://theregister.co.uk/content/6/30620.html

    i think they can afford the hit.:)
    at least that is what my numbers tell me after blowing them thru M$ calculator :D

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    Say bye bye to ure money my gates:wave: bye bye:wave:


    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    damn I could use that money..:scream:


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    Heh, that could be very interesting.
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    I read the notice but I didn't know how much could cost to Bill Gate$.

    That's the price for so many errors...:devil: :flames:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unforgiven{BGF}
    I read the notice but I didn't know how much could cost to Bill Gate$.

    That's the price for so many errors...:devil: :flames:
    The courts could easily take an arm and leg from Microsoft from this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak
    The courts could easily take an arm and leg from Microsoft from this
    But many many people would like the head:flames:

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    i just wonder whether this will actually happen.
    my feeling is that MS might just sneak out once again.
    wat you guys think?
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    the government is too picky, not one piece of software is unbreakable, its just impossible

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    The above I feel, will be equivalent to slapping a child.

    Although i am an avid fan of MS's demise, no one is stupid enough to wipe them out, at least not right away. It would be too disruptive on the economies and in no ones best interest. MS's lawsuits are growing monthly it seems. Hey, they started it and now it is being returned inkind. Too many peeps hate them for their past tactics and are tired of their os's with big holes. Europe in going to kick them in the head, Asia is going to boot them in the balls and North American Corps are going to be pulling at their hair. Although I'm putting my money on the other guys, I feel that it will be a slow demise over time.

    MS's future does look bleak. Too many money losing divisions supported by their os and office products. Open office is catching on to the public it appears and this will hurt MS sales of office products. MS has responded by changing the office file formats once again and has quite a few corps and governments upset enough to seriously consider replacing MS products quickly. MS will continue to have problems in the server market. Office machines are their staple and they are predicted to lose ground in that area. We all know how much money MS makes off of gamers. All of this was stated in MS president's speech to the SEC lately.

    edit: god dam, i went to submit this reply and explorer crashed. Lucky for me it was in the buffer.

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