I looked recently and IIRC their stock is about back to where it was five years ago.
I really enjoy PA, I get around pretty well actually, though a few things of note... The western smell of paper mills and the smell of the mushroom as you move south and central area. LOL It's okay but my biggest complaint is why don't you guys cut out the sidewalk for driveways and businesses? That's INSANE. I shouldn't have to drive over a 6" curb to get into the store and it was like that all over the place - not just in one area. Sidewalk cutouts are a thing.
Wow, we're quite off topic. Hitting Gettysburg outside of tourist season is awesome! Chilly but awesome!
Well, I can congratulate you on being consistent, or at least appearing to be. I'm not a fan of copyright or patents but until someone comes up with a viable alternative the protections offered are what we have. We currently need some protections, the degree of which is debatable surely but the reality is that people need to profit and have control.
It a matter of thought anyhow. My entire point is that abolishing copyright, at this point in time, isn't a valid solution. Even the GPL relies on it, calling it copyleft doesn't actually change that.
I wouldn't even cross the road with the lights in Boston.
I do like Kutztown. Other than that I'm not too familiar with anything larger in PA. LOL I always end up in the small towns there.
Your username would indicate that you are familiar with the GPL. It would appear not. At least you're against something... It would be better, though, if you understood what it was you were against.
Lived? No. Made use of? Yes. I was injured in a vehicle accident in the UK. They did a great job.
Nah, I figured (not that I'd do this) that I'd slap a new copyright on it and just call it something different with making no changes to it at all.
Oh, no. I understood. Your conclusion that there must be some other kind of power behind human creativity is flawed. Nice try though.
I just stopped rating and commenting.
There are all sorts of ways to violate it. I could keep Ubuntu the same, call it anything I wanted, and sell it under that name. Should I do that?
True story... I woke up with a hangover and a Google+ account. Now if I'm logged in and I rate YouTube videos or comment on them it happily insists on using my real name. Bastards... All I can guess is that I slept with Google that night and that G+ is an STD.
Hey, that's my signature!
Or it means it was coincidental.