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Bankrupt for years, in some ways!
Authored by: tiger99 on Friday, July 20 2012 @ 06:17 AM EDT
Well, they have been morally and ethically bankrupt since Gates stole computer time, went dumpster-diving, ripped off QDOS and IBM, along with illegal damage to DR-DOS, STAC, WordPerfect and half of the civilised world, plus the bits I can't remember right now, and technically bankrupt since he personally meddled in things he did not understand, such as putting third party drivers in kernel space and introducing "illegally commingled code".

Ballmer seems to have sent the technical bankrupcy to a new level, and may cause bankrupcy in the field of office furnishings by depleting the working stock.

All we need now is the standard financial bankrupcy, preferably ending in Chapter 7, which could happen quite suddenly if any of the investigations into past tax evasion come to fruition.

It would be nice to see them up before Judge Gross, who would do a good job of appointing a retired judge to employ a huge team of schysters to dissipate their remaining assets....

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