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Comment: Re:What constitutes invention, anyway? (Score 0, Flamebait) 154

by MichaelKristopeit 89 (#33989412) Attached to: Who Invented the Linux-Based Wireless Router?
you're an idiot. if you unable to have your case heard, then the judge couldn't hear your case. there is no if or only if... there is only an idiot attempting martyrdom.

if you're too ignorant to apply the law yourself, and instead require expensive counsel to support your case, because no counsel is willing to take your side on commission, even though you're claiming an "established business" is willing to fight for those same rights... you're an ignorant hypocrite.

Comment: Re:Lots of versions (Score 1) 292

by MichaelKristopeit 89 (#33989252) Attached to: Google Rolls Out Chrome 7
you know who make a lot of mistakes? retards.

you're an idiot for attempting to contradict me, as the individual with the problem already stated they were using a mac, and then another individual said i was "cancer" because i didn't ask what "kind of system" and "hardware" were used, EVEN THOUGH THE INFORMATION WAS ALREADY OFFERED. BUT, you're even more ignorant for MAKING AN OBVIOUSLY LOGICAL CONTRADICTORY MISTAKE IN YOUR ATTEMPT.

you're all complete idiots.

why do you cower behind a chosen username? what are you afraid of? couldn't let james bond keep his moniker to himself? do you like to pretend that you're james bond?

perhaps you don't attempt your own creativity, and instead choose to imitate the ideas of others, because you make so many mistakes.

you're completely pathetic.

To err is human -- to blame it on a computer is even more so.