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Rob Beschizza at 7:16 am Thu, Jan 19, 2012
And the empty husks of yesterday’s innovators gradually dissolve into the sea of humanity from which they were born.
This is obviously either because of terrorism or internet piracy. I’ll have to wait for my congressperson to tell me which one.
It’s not just internet piracy, it’s the FOREIGN internet piracy.
FOREIGN internet piracy used to fund terrorism.
Perhaps I ought to run for office.
Bankruptcy protection ≠ bankruptcy
Looooooong time coming but still….what a shame.
I hear Duracell has made a buyout offer.
Kodacell here we come!
surely they can profit from the all the stolen souls.
Kodak makes crap cameras! Who is stupid enough to buy a Kodak (GM2) camera over a Nikon or a Canon or something like that? It’s natural for Kodak (GM2) to die, it is a part of the globalisation process where bad products and inefficient business die out. The best thing about all this is the government doesn’t need to waste money propping up a carcuss like they did with General Motors (GM). GM2 doesn’t matter as much as GM.