Friday, October 05, 2007

Woman lost RIAA case, face financial hell

Jury awarded $220,000 to RIAA.

Under copyright law, RIAA is entitled to attorneys' fees and costs.

As I analysed here, if you are caught P2Ping music, pay the $3000 and pat yourself on the back for being lucky, because you could end up ruined forever -- willful copyright infringement damages are not dischargeable via bankruptcy.

49 Comments:

Blogger Mo said...

AMD could use some of that money.

it is so broke that it cannot even afford offices.

http://amdzone.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&t=11309&sid=f138371b7f468c8ada96a5b180629ae7

11:02 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

A source within AMD has told AMDZone that the goal of this move is to make the executives more accessible to AMD's employees.

There goes AMD again, playing catch up to Intel.

LOL

11:27 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

CORE 2 DUO VS. TURDION 64 LAPTOP SHOOTOUT: http://www.anandtech.com/mobile/showdoc.aspx?i=3117&p=1

n terms of raw performance AMD gets beat pretty easily. This occurs even when comparing AMD's latest $400 Turion X2 TL-66 to a system using Intel's $250 Core 2 Duo T7300. If you are concerned with mobile CPU performance, AMD is essentially unable to compete at all with Intel's current Core 2 Duo laptops. While you can typically find AMD-based solutions for less money than Intel-based notebooks, features often end up being cut in order to reach a lower price point, and similarly equipped notebooks usually end up favoring AMD by a mere $50. With potentially 25% more performance on tap, we would recommend most spend the extra money to get a Core 2 Duo notebook.

AMD BK Q2'08.

11:58 AM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Louis said...

CORE 2 DUO VS. TURDION 64 LAPTOP SHOOTOUT: ...

Yeah but Anand is a paid Intel pumper ... remember? I guess Intel also paid the benchmark writers to make Intel look good and laptop makers to make their similarly equipped notebooks run slower with AMD CPUs. The whole world is out to get AMD!!!

4:22 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Sharikou, Ph. D said...

Yeah but Anand is a paid Intel pumper ... remember?

Anand? Pay $5, he will change his story.

5:18 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Shari-Fake, Phony. Dumbass said...
Anand? Pay $5, he will change his story."


You are such a fucking retard. Get a life.

5:41 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Scott said...

Sharikou, I actually agree with you for once. The hell with these stupid people that set up there computers to illegally distribute music.

Music is over priced, but the way to combat that is to not buy it.

Damn it, me, agreeing with Sharikou, DAMN IT!

6:59 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Peter said...

Sharikookoo said:
"Anand? Pay $5, he will change his story."

Looks like AMD can't afford to cough up $5 then eh? I guess they are falling on hard times, consecutive 600M losses means every $5 previously used to print multicore for dummies books now needs to be put into keeping the company afloat so that it doesn't BK in 2Q08 as you predicted!

Oh wait... you predicted something else... I'm sure I got the BK 2Q08 part right at least, the rest I forgot. I'm pretty sure it wasn't AMD, right Doc? LOL

7:17 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger jsovir said...

the intel fanboys who frequent this blog amaze me... they can turn any news into an AMD versus Intel mudslinging contest...

7:29 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

From a previous article from several days ago:

Incidentally, we know AMD 690G is 611% faster than Intel.

Anandtech are clearly paid AMD pumpers! One cannot trust Anandtech! Hector Ruiz is paying him off to make Intel look bad!

8:01 PM, October 05, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

Remember this?

We see a distinct advantage in having all the cores on our die work.
-Paul Otellini

Looks like it's Pat Gelsinger's turn to take a potshot at the announcement of the green team's tri-core, emergency edition.

Tech ARP Chats with Pat G

We wondered if Intel would scavenge some broken Nehalem dies to create processors with odd-numbered cores, like the upcoming AMD Phenom tri-core processor. Pat quipped that when he heard about AMD's tri-core Phenoms, he thought it was a sign of poor yields. He said that Intel's 45 nm yields are good enough that Intel will not need to resort to such measures.

Looks like "Kickin' Pat" is in fine form these days. Must be looking forward to the 45nm knockout punch.

Isn't life great?

LOL

12:30 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Lem said...

Gutterat,

Why would you be happy about Intel killing AMD? (they wont any time soon I'm sure)

AMD innovates quite well in the x86 CPU market, from which we all benefit (even Intel fans through Intel pricing new architectures low etc)

6:11 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

Wow! More Phenom pictures!! http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquirer/news/2007/10/06/working-rv670-phenom-system

Wow. Awesome pictures. *yawn* While Intel sells quad core CPU AMD takes pictures of them! I can't wait to see pictures of a triple cripple AMD Phenom! All these awesome 'innovations'!

8:11 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger lex said...

Copiers should be punished, just like those that need to copy x86 microde from years ago.

9:21 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Only AMD said...

Here is the truth.

Intel Addresses Stilted Cubicle Communications.

Nothing but a bunch of delusional thugs who post anything whether it be a lie or truth.

http://www.careers.eweek.com/article/Intel+Addresses+Stilted+Cubicle+Communications/216321_1.aspx?kc=EWKNLEND100507STR4

9:21 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

Lem,

Who said anything about me being 'happy about Intel killing AMD'?

According to this Bloomberg news item
AMD is not going away.

Intel has said price competition has hurt both companies' earnings, a sign there is enough competition in the processor market. There is no danger of Advanced Micro going out of business, Intel has said.

I think the question to ask is really why does Sharikou the tool and a host of other AMD fanbois believe that Intel will go "BK" anytime soon when AMD is struggling to stay afloat amidst a huge amount of debt and a very competitive environment with Intel at a point in time where it has very competitive products, a strong product roadmap, and the ability to enjoy a manufacturing and process advantage.

AMD became fat and lazy, just like Intel did, and it is now suffering the consequences. Compound that with the very ill-timed purchase of ATI and reinvigorated focus by Intel. AMD's leadership appears intent on achieving 30%+ market share no matter what the consequences to its bottom line, shareholders, and employees.

9:49 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

only amd wrote,

Intel Addresses Stilted Cubicle Communications.

Nothing but a bunch of delusional thugs who post anything whether it be a lie or truth.


Who are the "delusional thugs" that you refer to and what's the point you are trying to make?

9:55 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Scott said...

gutter,

The Bloombergh people did not say that AMD isn't in danger, they were quoting Intel people.

10:09 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

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10:59 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

Scott,

You used two negatives,"did not" and "isn't", in your sentence.

The Bloombergh people did not say that AMD isn't in danger, they were quoting Intel people.

I didn't manipulate the quote.

Intel said that AMD was in no danger of going out of business, according to Bloomberg.

Is there a misinterpretation?

11:02 AM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

ho ho,

You've noticed how scientia has deleted my posts again.

I keep on calling his bluff and to provide proof for the bullshit statements he makes. Not being able to provide proof, he has no choice but to delete the post calling his bluff.

Damn, I guess I am going to have to cross post elsewhere before Scientia applies his editorial knife.

Scientia,

If you think you're going to stop me by deleting my posts on your blog, go right ahead.

You just continue to show by example your bias, which you claim not to have.

You don't scare me.

You can't shut me up.

12:56 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Ho Ho said...

He tends to remove stuff that doesn't have enoug information in them.

To be honest I'm regretting that I posted the non-cencored PDF that soon. I should have had him to reply to all of my posts and see what kind of stuff he makes up this time. Oh well, there is alyways next time, he doesn't seem to have too good memory :)

1:16 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Paul said...

Do you guys want to make some money!!
Barcelona for the server market has solid performance at 2.0Ghz rules when using Virtual machines more frequency to come = killer server sales for existing and new Opteron market. AMD, DELL, SUN =>>>>

AMD Phenom, RD790 and RV670 all arriving before Xmas = Mega AMD sales! for Enthusiast market.

watch the AMD share price from now till then.!
Intel may tick tock but AMD will BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM.

2:21 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Rats are various medium sized rodents. "Gutter Rats" are members of the genus Rattus, the most important of which to humans are the black rat, Rattus rattus, and the brown rat, R. norvegicus. Many members of other rodent genera and families are also called rats and share many characteristics with true rats. A rat has an average life span of 2-3 years[1].

Rats are distinguished from mice by their size; rats generally have bodies longer than 12 cm (5 in).

The best-known rat species are the Gutter Rat Rattus rattus and the Brown Rat R. norvegicus. The group is generally known as the Old World rats or true rats, and originated in Asia. Rats are bigger than most Old World mice, which are their relatives, but seldom weigh over 500 grams (1 lb) in the wild.

There is a variety of devices to choose from when trapping rats or mice. The two main groups of rat and mouse traps are live traps and kill traps. Rodenticides are also used to kill rats and to kill mice.

Any trapping device that captures rodents without killing them is considered a live trap. However, any trapped animal can die in a trap if it is not released in a timely manner. The Mouse Master is a live trap that usually does not harm mice but occasionally a mouse will be killed if it is caught in the trap mechanism. This is usually due to someone winding the trap too tight. Other than the two circumstances mentioned, live traps are generally considered humane traps.


@scientia
Get one of the Rodent Traps as shown below Im sure you can scare and shut up the Rat mouth ;-)



Rodent Traps

There is a variety of devices to choose from when trapping rats or mice. The two main groups of rat and mouse traps are live traps and kill traps. Rodenticides are also used to kill rats and to kill mice.
Live Traps

Any trapping device that captures rodents without killing them is considered a live trap. However, any trapped animal can die in a trap if it is not released in a timely manner. The Mouse Master is a live trap that usually does not harm mice but occasionally a mouse will be killed if it is caught in the trap mechanism. This is usually due to someone winding the trap too tight. Other than the two circumstances mentioned, live traps are generally considered humane traps.

Live Rodent Traps: Mouse Master, Tin Cat, Mini Cat, Safeguard Rat & Squirrel Trap, Multi-Catch Mouse Trap.


Mouse Master, Live Trap for Mice

This repeating mouse trap has a clear lid for easy inspection and a wind-up mechanism which flips the mice into an escape proof box. An important tool in mouse control for many years, the Mouse Master and Catch All repeating wind-up traps can hold many mice with one setting. The mice can be released safely in the wild or disposed of by immersing in water before emptying the trap. Follow instructions carefully. Over-winding of trap can damage trap and might kill the first mouse to enter trap.


Tin Cat Mouse Trap
This low profile (10 1/2" long x 6 1/2" wide x 2 1/2" high) trap is placed lengthwise against walls where mice frequent. Large entrance holes allow mice to enter but keeps them from escaping. Can be combined with mouse glue traps, when glue traps are necessary and need protection from children or pets. The Tin Cat requires no winding and no baits, features a see-through lid for easy inspection, and is a favorite for homeowners, food plants, grocery stores and warehouses. Will hold up to 30 mice.


Mini Cat
Same type of trap as regular Tin Cat, only smaller. In residential situations, the use of Mini Cats is less expensive than using larger traps. Place the traps under sinks, behind appliances, in garages, dog kennels or any area where mouse control without the use of toxic baits is needed.

Electronic rodent traps, snap traps and glue traps are all considered devices used to kill rats or kill mice, rather than live-trapping the animals. Knowing where to find the carcass and the lack of rat poisons available to non-target animals are the biggest advantages to using rodent traps of this type.

2:52 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

pezal,

I am looking for a similar trap to ensnare charlatains and snake oil peddling types.

Unfortunately, the companies that make those devices are run by charlatains and snake oil peddlers.

I hear the SEC is busy attempting to snare charlatains and snake oil salesmen, using alternate means.

It's nice to see that you are into providing public service.

If so, I suggest a stint with the Peace Corps or your local street corner.

Enjoy the rest of your day!

3:03 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

I wonder if Sharicunt knows that saying you have a ph.d when you really don't is illegal? He problaby does, but since a turd has more intelligence than he does, he probably figures he can get off using the "I'm a retard" defense...

3:25 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Aguia said...

With potentially 25% more performance on tap, we would recommend most spend the extra money to get a Core 2 Duo notebook.

I completely agree with Anandtech conclusion however they seamed to forget they reviewed on 7xxx processor not one T5xxx. They should have said most Intel notebooks are based on 5xxx processors which by the way are also Core 2 Duo. And those are also slower.

3:53 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Aguia said...

He said that Intel's 45 nm yields are good enough that Intel will not need to resort to such measures.

Like when Intel disable the second core on Celerons?
Or like when Intel disable cache on the E2xxx, E6300 and E6400?
Oh wait Intel is just creating new products by intentionally disabling parts of the cores.

4:05 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger GutterRat said...

acquia,

You must know that there is intention and deception.

Intention is when you have planned to deliberately produce products with reduced or fused features because of segmentation choice.

Deception is when you claim to have had a product all along in your roadmap for strategic competitive reasons instead of coming forth and admitting it's really a salvage operation.

Lemons? Lemonade.

4:54 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

watch the AMD share price from now till then.!
Intel may tick tock but AMD will BOOM BOOM BOOM BOOM.



Do you know that Penix said the same sort of thing would happen to AMD's share price after the Barcelona launch? He even suggested we sell our houses and invest it all in AMD stock!

If I did as he said, I'd be in the poor house living on the streets!

Phenom CPU, RV670, and RD790 chipset. None of these are particularly interesting. Not when enthusiasts can get a Q6600 for well under $300, a nice P35 or Nforce motherboard for around $200 and a Geforce 8800 GTX for under $500 now.

7:26 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

"Phenom CPU, RV670, and RD790 chipset. None of these are particularly interesting. Not when enthusiasts can get a Q6600 for well under $300, a nice P35 or Nforce motherboard for around $200 and a Geforce 8800 GTX for under $500 now."

Those things that you have mentioned above are still not being launched yet Giant, how can you says like that? You still haven't seen the true performance of Phenom .
BTW, there are many people out there are more interesting to have AMD or Nvidia Chipsets rather than wasting their money buying the low class of Intel chipsets even though they are paired up with your beloved Q6600..

Isn't having a better CPU running on a better platform is more interesting rather than having a better CPU but running on a bad platform, Giant??

7:59 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Isn't typing in coherent sentences better than typing gibberish?

8:02 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Isn't typing in coherent sentences better than typing gibberish?

Ekekekeke.. ;-)

8:04 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Only proves my point.

8:24 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

I wonder if Sharicunt knows that saying you have a ph.d when you really don't is illegal? He problaby does, but since a turd has more intelligence than he does, he probably figures he can get off using the "I'm a retard" defense...


I also wonder if you knows saying that you are Pizza when you are actually human that can insult and says bad things to other people. You probably realize it, but since you are one of the turd twisters, no doubt you can get off defense yourself by saying "Im a Big retard" right?

8:42 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger 13ringinheat said...

Pezal (winner of the dumbest post of all time) said: You still haven't seen the true performance of Phenom .

Yes lets keep on waiting for AMD to shape up this "true" performance you speak of isnt coming anytime soon time to get off the meds...

Isn't having a better CPU running on a better platform is more interesting rather than having a better CPU but running on a bad platform, Giant??

I guess you would rather prefer a crappy CPU (barcelona, x2, phenom) paired with the better platform then which would make more sense given your level of posting intelligence???

Once more thank you for the laughs pezal you and the rest of the AMD douchebags keep us very entertained.

8:42 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...

I'll take an Intel chipset every single time. The only time I reccomend anything else to someone is if they want to run SLI. In that case you need an nForce chipset.

Back a while ago (pre merger with AMD) Ati had a pretty bad reputation for chipsets. The SB400, 450 and 460 southbridges were known for poor USB performance among other things.

Even the latest AMD chipsets are stuck with a paltry 4 SATA ports. This over a year old P965 based P5B Deluxe has six SATA ports connected to the southbridge along with a third party controller for an additional two (one internal, one external) SATA ports.

9:21 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Pezalwithapenisinhsmouth babbled in incoherend Engris..."I also wonder if you knows saying that you are Pizza when you are actually human that can insult and says bad things to other people. You probably realize it, but since you are one of the turd twisters, no doubt you can get off defense yourself by saying "Im a Big retard" right?"

Your gibberish isn't even worth the time it takes me to point out that your gibberish is worthless you pathetic peice of shit. Go back and crawl into the same corner Sharifuckwat, Baronwhinybitch, and the rest hold their circle jerks in. The corn in my shit is more intelligent than you are.

10:05 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...


Your gibberish isn't even worth the time it takes me to point out that your gibberish is worthless you pathetic peice of shit. Go back and crawl into the same corner Sharifuckwat, Baronwhinybitch, and the rest hold their circle jerks in. The corn in my shit is more intelligent than you are.


Harsh, but effective. I'm sure we could do without all the profanity though.

10:50 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Ho Ho said...

aguia
"They should have said most Intel notebooks are based on 5xxx processors which by the way are also Core 2 Duo. And those are also slower."

So one shouldn't care about Barcelonas as those are basically not availiable and most AMD CPUs are hotter and slower K8's?


pezal
"BTW, there are many people out there are more interesting to have AMD or Nvidia Chipsets rather than wasting their money buying the low class of Intel chipsets"

I wonder what makes Intel chipsets any worse than NV ones?

11:10 PM, October 06, 2007  
Blogger Aguia said...

Ho ho,
So one shouldn't care about Barcelonas as those are basically not availiable and most AMD CPUs are hotter and slower K8's?

So you agree with me. Just because Barcelona is superior that doesn’t mean all AMD CPUs are superior. When Core 2 Duo was released that didn’t make all the Celeron/P4/PD/Pentium M magnificent CPUs.

A more realist review would be with one TL5x VS the T52xx which are the most widely available.

3:54 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Aguia said...

Giant,
The SB400, 450 and 460 southbridges were known for poor USB performance among other things.

I can only remember the really bad USB performance, what other things are you talking about?


This over a year old P965 based P5B Deluxe has six SATA ports connected to the southbridge along with a third party controller for an additional two (one internal, one external) SATA ports.

That’s because Intel chipsets lack PATA. Besides who have more than one/two HDD on their computer?
Also wasn’t Anand or Toms who tested Intel SATA ports and where much slower than Nvidia ports, maybe more doesn’t mean better.

3:59 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Ho Ho said...

aguia
"So you agree with me."

No, I do not. In that review two of the newest CPUs were compared. I see nothing wrong with that. By end of Q2 next year at least half of sold mobile CPUs from Intel will be on 45nm anyway.


"Just because Barcelona is superior that doesn’t mean all AMD CPUs are superior. When Core 2 Duo was released that didn’t make all the Celeron/P4/PD/Pentium M magnificent CPUs."

I do agree with that. Though I can't see what has that got to do with anything. All I did was to point out how meaningless was the original claim that they should have used an older CPU to compare against AMD because most CPUs sold are older ones.


"A more realist review would be with one TL5x VS the T52xx which are the most widely available."

Do you understand how wrong this is? By the same logic we shouldn't be reading any Barcelona reviews as they are basically not availiable. Instead we should be reading K8 ones as these are more common. Does that sound logical to you?


"That’s because Intel chipsets lack PATA"

I wonder how my IDE DVD drive is connected then. Must be some kind of magic.


"Besides who have more than one/two HDD on their computer?"

My younger brother has three, my Linux router has three and I myself have five and I intend to get a couple of new ones soon.

Having more drives can make a world of difference if you know how to configure your system. With Linux I can separate static and dynamic OS data to different drives thus increasing the speed significantly, far more than any RAID could. Not to mention I have my most important data automatically copied to all of my drives so if one of them fails I'll still have it.

I do not want to use external or network drives as their speed will be considerably smaller than internal drives. I have to move around several tens of gigabytes of data every now and then and it would really suck to do it with USB drive as it is generally a few times slower.


"Also wasn’t Anand or Toms who tested Intel SATA ports and where much slower than Nvidia ports, maybe more doesn’t mean better."

My 975x based asus P5W has never seen any problems like that. Seeing average transfer speeds of >40MiB/s when moving tens of GBs is quite common. That is really excellent speed considering how close is their theoretical peak transfer rate.

5:07 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Giant said...


That’s because Intel chipsets lack PATA. Besides who have more than one/two HDD on their computer?


I'm glad is Intel dropping the legacy stuff. Now if they could just ditch the parallel ports, COM ports, PS/2 ports I'd be super happy. I'd rather have 8 USB ports and 2 Firewire ports on my motherboard than that stuff. I have five SATA hard drives and a SATA DVD burner connected to my PC.

Also wasn’t Anand or Toms who tested Intel SATA ports and where much slower than Nvidia ports, maybe more doesn’t mean better.

This is news to me. Do you have a link for that?


I wonder how my IDE DVD drive is connected then. Must be some kind of magic.


ICH8 and ICH9 have dropped PATA support. ICH7 on the 975X still has one PATA port. Most motherboard manufacturers use a 3rd party controller to add PATA functionality to an Intel board now.


I can only remember the really bad USB performance, what other things are you talking about?


The awful USB performance was the most noticable issues. It also only intergrated very basic AC'97 audio and lacked SATA 3.0 Gbit/s support.

5:47 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

This comment has been removed by the author.

8:07 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

Giant said..."Harsh, but effective. I'm sure we could do without all the profanity though."

Fair enough, but then we can also do without Sharikou being a liar, him posting nonsense, or attempting intelligence.

To be honest Giant, if this were a serious blog, being posted on by more than a handful of serious people, I'd be much better behaved. I made several attempts on an old ID to do just that and gave up when I realized that, here, it's pointless. People like Sharikou, OneRetard, Pezal, Netrama, and the like, as I said in another post, do not deserve better.

This blog is a really nothing but a joke, I'm here to have some fun and keep myself amused.

As it stands, you and a handful of others are the only ones with any sense or intelligence. I apologize to this small minority if the language is offensive, however, it's my nature in this type of situation, so it's difficult to control.. ;)

(My initial response was "Sometimes you have to be harsh and crude to get thru to the mentally challanged nimrods like Sharislut and his butt buddies" ;) ...but felt that a reasoned reply was more in order given that it was you and not one of Sharikook's zealots saying it..)

8:12 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger pezal said...

Your gibberish isn't even worth the time it takes me to point out that your gibberish is worthless you pathetic peice of shit. Go back and crawl into the same corner Sharifuckwat, Baronwhinybitch, and the rest hold their circle jerks in.

Whether it is incoherent, gibberish, rubbish or what ever who cares about it.. You care?
I just wonder why you have chosen to become a Pizza although there are lot of nice human names out there such as William, John, Bean etc. that can you put on to represent your self.. The fantastic pizza name is only make you look idiotic and aquatic here.. Go back home stupid Pizza boy! Transform your self to become a real human being so that you can have a brain to change your bad attitude to the good and respectable one.


The corn in my shit is more intelligent than you are

Really? How can be Pizza like you throw shit? That’s impossible.. I don’t believe it..

8:38 AM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Spaztic Pizza said...

The day I show respect to dimwitted douchebags like you or the rest of the Sharikook asslickers is the day they can plant me six feet under. Go back to your little fantasy world my pathetic little friend.

2:45 PM, October 07, 2007  
Blogger Rodney said...

What does this have to do with AMD getting its ass handed to it by Intel?

6:10 AM, October 08, 2007  

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