Did I write that stuff I wrote yesterday? I know, that sound slightly cracked, but that's the way things feel, already slowing down as school is closing in fast.
I wrote my first piece for the newspaper today, a review of Simone. I'll post it here when it gets published, if I made the deadline, of which I have doubts. So if I didn't, I'll post it here anyway. How's that for cool?
A Silicon Valley entrepreneur and a nonprofit advocacy group Thursday filed twin lawsuits against Aliso Viejo-based Fax.com, each seeking class-action status and $2.2 trillion, alleging violations of a federal ban against unsolicited fax ads.
The federal law allows damages of $500 for each unwanted fax, plus triple damages. Assuming 3 million faxes a day -- the capacity cited on Fax.com's Web site -- that works out to $2.2 trillion a year. "I'd be very happy if we just got $100 billion," Kirsch said.
That's TRILLION with a T, folks.That's a big ol' chunk o' change. Love that last quote by Kirsch there. Hehehehe. Heck, I'd settle for a measly 1 Billion. You might even talk me down to a few million. :-D posted by Steve
8/24/2002 07:39:00 PM
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