April has long held some significant dates for me. And now I have April 8th: The day our house finally sold. What a relief. What a saga. A couple of weeks back I was sharing this tale with my pal, The Mad Fientist.
The amended SCO complaint against IBM filed on 16 June is, like its predecessor, a tissue of lies, deliberate distortions, and flimflam. This complaint strongly suggests that SCO has no real case, since it contains so many false and misleading statements. Unlike its predecessor, this amended complaint has been brought to you by the generosity of Microsoft, who on the evidence of SCO's Q SEC filings dropped at least six million dollars on SCO plus a promise of five million more over the next three quarters to help it make trouble for Linux. SCO, having willingly made itself a sock puppet for the boys in Redmond, therefore becomes the first company other than Microsoft to have its utterances admitted to the gallery of infamy that is the Halloween Documents. There follows the usual point-by-point takedown. Unlike SCO's claims, this analysis is based entirely on public information which third parties may verify by chasing links or through their local library. Text in fixed-width font is verbatim from the complaint.
What is Avenue? More on this below. Like many failed retail enterprises before it, the future — both near and long-term — of Avenue Stores is marked by these categorical distinctions. A brand founded in , Avenue has had an up-and-down history.
The Super Liquidation Sale, run by the Columbus. Im not sure why so many people get excited about liquidation sales these days, in general they suck. I keep seeing people on local email groups, on twitter, and Ix liquidation sale sucked. I said it, liquidation sales totally suck. They're everything that's wrong with this world.