As of 7:30 am ET today, the Cabin Boy™ had not yet memory-holed the original LibreOffice version of his Answer and Counterclaims from Scribd. As of that time, it could still be downloaded from http://www.scribd.com/doc/228161681/Answer-and-Counterclaims-in-Hoge-v-Schmalfeldt.At least he’s been smart enough not to destroy evidence. Thus far.
And he is still ignoring the central fact that you pointed out instead trying his best to misdirect everyone with the stupid argument about the doc being uploaded to Pacer. Either he is really bad at the misdirection or he is really stupid enough not to get your original complaint. Sheesh, he never fails to fail.
Over? Did you say “over”? Nothing is over until we decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?
I think the evidence is strong enough for those who understand how this thing is developing, but does anyone figure a judge will ask “Mr. Schmalfeldt, did you write this?” I somehow figure this is somewhat less important than the question “Mr. Hoge, did Mr. Schmalfeldt put material that YOU own into his books?”
Although, it fits a pattern: Mr. Schmalfeldt likes to claim authorship/ownership of things he didn’t write.
Or at the very least, he claims that the stuff he didn’t write/photograph/whatever doesn’t belong to anyone else so it’s fair game for fair use.
He really, really, hasn’t a clue about fair use. I’m a librarian, we have to know this stuff.
An opportunity to do something stupid?
I have confidence that Cousin Bill will not fail to avail himself of the opportunity!
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I’m glad we didn’t leave a light grenade on his front step.
Or a flaming bag o’ dog droppings, for that matter!
“It must have been the Vandals, sir!”
I thought is was the Visigoths?
A light grenade?
I was unaware of this cinema classic.
LOL. What is that?
The ckip is from Mom and Dad save the World 1992
What is that old idioms? “If it was a snake it woulda bit you.” ? Yes please leave that libel up as well .
The material quoted in the brief, presumably text from the copyrighted material, is outrageously funny and well written. I enjoyed it.