Go vote!!!!!!!!!!! M$ are GUILTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Go vote!!!!!!!!!!! M$ are GUILTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Post by Alex La » Tue, 20 Oct 1998 04:00:00



Vote on the quick poll of CNN interactive (http://cnn.com)
about the following issue.  Do you believe Microsoft is
guilty of "predatory business practices," as the government
alleges?

Alex Lam.

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Go vote!!!!!!!!!!! M$ are GUILTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Post by Ian Payn » Wed, 21 Oct 1998 04:00:00


For those of you who've read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged".

Doesn't "predatory business practices" seem awfully close to "destructive
competition"?


>Vote on the quick poll of CNN interactive (http://cnn.com)
>about the following issue.  Do you believe Microsoft is
>guilty of "predatory business practices," as the government
>alleges?


 
 
 

Go vote!!!!!!!!!!! M$ are GUILTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Post by corey lawso » Sat, 24 Oct 1998 04:00:00



> For those of you who've read Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged".

> Doesn't "predatory business practices" seem awfully close to "destructive
> competition"?


> >Vote on the quick poll of CNN interactive (http://cnn.com)
> >about the following issue.  Do you believe Microsoft is
> >guilty of "predatory business practices," as the government
> >alleges?

For an even bigger laugh, the Objectivism Institute, or whatever it is that
Ayn Rand's demagogues have spawned, has a site dedicated to advertising that
MS really is being unfairly targeted by everyone, yada yada yada:
http://microsoft.aynrand.org/
 
 
 

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