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Taking Bullets for Jobs



April 24, 2007 – Comments (2)


And sorta here:

Government and big business are alike in many ways. For instance, they both like to have a patsy available for light cleaning and bullet-taking. Look no further than the expected SEC lawsuit against former executives at Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL). It will reportedly name Nancy R. Heinen, Apple's former general counsel, and CFO Fred D. Anderson, on whom Apple's board pinned the blame awhile back.

This is disingenuous and shameful at the least, because the trail of slime leads all the way up to CEO Steve Jobs...

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#1) On April 26, 2007 at 11:28 PM, lefty551 (< 20) wrote:

Al Gore did NOT listen to (finger wag) that mp3 player, Ms. Ipod.  And if he was aware of the back-dating of stock options for Mr. Jobs, he was only aware of it recently, although his knowledge is actually back-dated to prior to the actual event, if it even actually occured, which makes it technically subject to the post-dated statute of limitations which means his knowledge, if any, occured prior to the age of consent in Tennessee, thereby voiding any legal claim against him or his heirs.

 Any additional questions or concerns should be directed to the Rose Law Firm, Department of Missing Files.  Should you need to examine the files in person, travel arrangements can be made through the White House travel office, 

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#2) On April 30, 2007 at 3:56 PM, TMFBent (99.25) wrote:

But did he get a "massage?"

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