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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #379 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 11:01am »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 10:52am, tomi01uk wrote:
Why don't you educate yourself about the points I've made before you dismiss off hand what are facts.

And before you make preposterous suggestions as well..

What is there in any of this that you don't like? I'm not saying it's not a hoax... so you can't attack me there.

What is it now that disturbs you so greatly about the point I've made of no copyright claims being made?

What do you hope to win in this? I'm just posturing something to consider which needs to be put out for consideration. What is your problem with this if you are interested in the truth as you so rabidly express from time to time.. ??


My problem with this is you babble just to babble and make absolutely no sense whatsoever! It has been explained to you seven ways to Sunday reasons why and you still insist you are right and all of us are wrong. You are making a damn fool of yourself on a daily basis bringing up crap just to keep this HOAX alive!!

ALIENWARE is obviously involved!!! CAN YOU NOT SEE THAT!!! THERE IS NO POSSIBLE WAY THEIR LAWYERS WOULD ALLOW THEM TO RISK A LAWSUIT IF THEIR BUTTS WERENT COVERED!!!! It is not rocket science and you do not need to be an expert to realize this.

My point is you claim to want answers I am suggesting a venue for you to get them! Just becase your dumb ass cant comprehend reality is not my problem!
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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #380 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 11:06am »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 11:01am, tomi01uk wrote:
If those are your only two plausible explainations then I think you might need to practice thinkng a bit more often.. than spouting out critcisms without engaging brain.


Did i say these were the only answers?? NO!!!

I asked which do you believe is more likely.....but i see as usual reason cant pass threw that thick numb skull of yours!!
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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #381 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 11:28am »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 11:01am, TheShadow wrote:
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ALIENWARE is obviously involved!!! CAN YOU NOT SEE THAT!!! THERE IS NO POSSIBLE WAY THEIR LAWYERS WOULD ALLOW THEM TO RISK A LAWSUIT IF THEIR BUTTS WERENT COVERED!!!! It is not rocket science and you do not need to be an expert to realize this.



Ok so you are saying then that given the facts about copyright law that I've posted here, you find conclusive proof positive that Dell computers division called AlienWare put the drone saga into play? So, that they could one day utilise the LAP?

This is your reasoning? Your proof??

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« Reply #382 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 11:35am »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 11:01am, TheShadow wrote:
THERE IS NO POSSIBLE WAY THEIR LAWYERS WOULD ALLOW THEM TO RISK A LAWSUIT IF THEIR BUTTS WERENT COVERED!!!!!


Calculated risks exist in business as in everything. I'm sure their lawyers have contingency plans in place. The reality of the situation will be different though and the lawyers know this. The company will want the insurance company to settle, the insurance company will want to contend the case, there will be a pass the buck phase in all of this where Dell/AlienWare is at odds with their insurance company.. it gets complicated...

edit to add: Whenever a lawsuit is initiated at this level the claims in the lawsuit will always be sure to include sufficient known grounds to trip the defendents insurance coverage. This is how it is done.
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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #383 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 11:39am »

on Sep 30th, 2009, 6:49pm, tomi01uk wrote:
OMG.... first of all... who ever did this is beyond being a "designer", the group behind this is showing no profit motive whatsoever so far..


How do you know if there is or isn’t any profit motive? Are you on the inside of this group?


on Oct 1st, 2009, 07:59am, tomi01uk wrote:
Marvin, what logic tells you that AlienWare produced the drone saga just to benefit by using the LAP design?



I do not recall discussing AlienWare... heck, the PIs are making money off of this stuff (and others too), not just AW.



But that whole line of questioning is to totally miss my point... the point of knowing the hoaxer is not making any money from this deal. How do you know this information?

How do you know there isn't a "back door" deal where... if "this group" can "fool the public" with the BB Drones (photos, art work and story line) and keep it going for an extended period of time... there isn't something (profitable) in it for the group?

How you say there is no profit (as if it were a fact)?


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« Reply #384 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 11:56am »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 11:39am, Marvin wrote:
How do you know if there is or isn’t any profit motive? Are you on the inside of this group?



Of course not.

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I do not recall discussing AlienWare... heck, the PIs are making money off of this stuff (and others too), not just AW.



A negligible amount of money if you suggest tickets to a convention or a subscription to a website or the pay given to the PI's would be worth the investment of deploying the drone saga. IMO.

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But that whole line of questioning is to totally miss my point... the point of knowing the hoaxer is not making any money from this deal. How do you know this information?



How do you consider money is being made off the drone saga except for the relatively insignificant revenues mentioned above? Except by Dell computers that is...

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How do you know there isn't a "back door" deal where... if "this group" can "fool the public" with the BB Drones (photos, art work and story line) and keep it going for an extended period of time... there isn't something (profitable) in it for the group?



Like I'm trying to point out, there has to be some motive.. And if it is money it's not coming to light from what? That would be my first instinct, follow the motive and the motive is usually money. But subscription sales and door tickets, teeshirt and mugs and forum hits are not where I would start with the motivation to create this kind of saga.

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How you say there is no profit (as if it were a fact)?




Where is money being made? Obviously there has to be some compensation coming to someone for not exploiting the copyright legal claims re: the exploited LAP by Dell.
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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #385 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 12:02pm »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 09:51am, tomi01uk wrote:
Yeah, well put some proof where your words are then. Find me anything to prove I'm wrong in what I'm saying here about copyright law. You won't, because I speak from first hand knowledge and experience.

on Sep 30th, 2009, 5:56pm, tomi01uk wrote:
AlienWare created a trademark when they used a derivative work from the LAP. That would normally trigger a response, but it didn't. They slowly incorporated more and increasing replications of the design into their products and the marketing of their products. Assured possibly by no longer having the 2 year limit of contesting copyright to fear, they have gone full use with many original elements of the design.

on Sep 30th, 2009, 6:59pm, tomi01uk wrote:
Because the whole identity of that line and their marketing is now built on almost exact replication of the LAP.

Whoop, there it is!!

"ALMOST"

on Sep 30th, 2009, 8:38pm, tomi01uk wrote:
Impossible. The LAP is a creative work that stands on its own merit.

As is Alienware's font and they HAVE corroborated this in WRITING, haven't they?

Everyone has offered their reasons and they are in fact many, but if you're waiting for confirmation that you're right Tomi it just isn't coming as no-one believes this is so.

on Sep 30th, 2009, 9:08pm, tomi01uk wrote:
This is why, earlier, when AlienWare was just using a little of the LAP in the case design I thought it not significant enough to overcome the public domain aspect, but now, they are going full hog and I suspect that puts them right where a NY law firm would be interested....

on Sep 30th, 2009, 8:57pm, tomi01uk wrote:
AlienWare now building the entire personna of a line of computers and its marketing on the LAP is not substancial? hmmmmm wonder what is then rolleyes

on Oct 1st, 2009, 03:38am, tomi01uk wrote:
If a company the size of Dell is plastering your design all over their product and using it to market said product, as extensively as AlienWare is doing.. You have lost income and your design has been used to profit another company. This is lost income, believe me.
Fair use is not what is happening with Alienware using the LAP to the extent it is doing

As I said many, many posts ago, AW have copied a couple of similarly looking schematics on the inside of their aurora cases, where is this full marketing campaign centered around the LAP that you speak of?

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« Reply #386 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 12:13pm »

Derivative work is where the elements of the original creative work are sporatically utilised or changed in a significant way in order to render the new design significantly original in its own right.

This is not the case with what I've seen recently with Alienware's marketing. There is no signficant alteration from the original design. In fact, quite the opposite.. which is what inspired me to point out the fact they are in violation at this point of fully utilising the design of the LAP to their own benefit.
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« Reply #387 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 12:27pm »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 12:13pm, tomi01uk wrote:
Derivative work is where the elements of the original creative work are sporatically utilised or changed in a significant way in order to render the new design significantly original in its own right.

This is not the case with what I've seen recently with Alienware's marketing. There is no signficant alteration from the original design. In fact, quite the opposite.. which is what inspired me to point out the fact they are in violation at this point of fully utilising the design of the LAP to their own benefit.

Edited for clarity: M’kay but I think that both are derivatives.....

Anyway what are you looking at to justify this mass-marketing implementation of the LAP, is it just the duplicated (i.e. the same on both machines) imprint on the inside of the new cases? (Using their OWN ‘trade-marked font)?

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« Reply #388 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 12:55pm »

When I saw the pictures of their display at the convention and the inside of the desktop machines, there was little if any real derivative work IMO and mostly a copy albeit slightly stylised in some areas.

The point is, that all along they have taken greater liberties with incorporating into their marketing more and more elements of the LAP.

Here is a website on marketing commenting on that:

http://www.wireworldmedia.co.uk/news/space-alien-technology-or-viral-marketing-campaign-
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« Reply #389 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 1:53pm »

The Premise: Inserting 100lbs of steaming hooey into a 10lb sack.

Anonymity is fun! Coward Issac thinks so too...

The last post day-before-yesterday @ 11:49PM was Blackwaters' question 'how do you kill a hoax?'. Easy, don't give it any attention, especially if it ended over 2 years ago. Only the spinners have added to 'The Premise' above.

A few minutes later, the very first post in yesterdays circus was DNS saying 'lots of dairy activity' happening, who then proceeds to drop 33 steaming posts in 24 hours, only to be outdone by tomi with 53 posts, Shadow at 22 posts, etc., etc. for a total of 166 piles on 11 pages! Un-friken-believable! LMH and Strib trying to keep this alive? Yeah right, jobs already being done @ UCB. Good job, though, on 'The Premise'.

'Yeah, but we don't want this hoax to go down as true'.....Pfffff, go sell that somewhere else cause we ain't buying, just like no one else is buying this hoax as being for real. Except maybe someone from the "Hollow Head Society". More addition to 'The Premise'.

Hall 7 should include UCB with yesterdays 24 hours of shame- lock, stock and barrel- for pandering to this hoax. Not one thing of value was uttered yesterday, IMO, except to help 'The Premise'. Wait, Donkeykong had the only post with substance.

Someone should check to see if anyone was hospitalized or even killed by excessive laughter yesterday, as it could only be that scumby Issac......
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« Reply #390 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 2:01pm »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 1:53pm, redlite wrote:
The Premise: Inserting 100lbs of steaming hooey into a 10lb sack.

Anonymity is fun! Coward Issac thinks so too...

The last post day-before-yesterday @ 11:49PM was Blackwaters' question 'how do you kill a hoax?'. Easy, don't give it any attention, especially if it ended over 2 years ago. Only the spinners have added to 'The Premise' above.

A few minutes later, the very first post in yesterdays circus was DNS saying 'lots of dairy activity' happening, who then proceeds to drop 33 steaming posts in 24 hours, only to be outdone by tomi with 53 posts, Shadow at 22 posts, etc., etc. for a total of 166 piles on 11 pages! Un-friken-believable! LMH and Strib trying to keep this alive? Yeah right, jobs already being done @ UCB. Good job, though, on 'The Premise'.

'Yeah, but we don't want this hoax to go down as true'.....Pfffff, go sell that somewhere else cause we ain't buying, just like no one else is buying this hoax as being for real. Except maybe someone from the "Hollow Head Society". More addition to 'The Premise'.

Hall 7 should include UCB with yesterdays 24 hours of shame- lock, stock and barrel- for pandering to this hoax. Not one thing of value was uttered yesterday, IMO, except to help 'The Premise'. Wait, Donkeykong had the only post with substance.

Someone should check to see if anyone was hospitalized or even killed by excessive laughter yesterday, as it could only be that scumby Issac......


Well I have to say you are ABSOLUTELY 1000% CORRECT!

From this point forward I will not engage tomi's stupidity and feed this ridiculous hoax fodder any longer.

I would suggest my comrades follow suit and let her argue with herself!!

Thanks for ONE intelligent and coherent post!
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xx Re: Drone Discussion #10
« Reply #391 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 2:02pm »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 1:53pm, redlite wrote:
The Premise: Inserting 100lbs of steaming hooey into a 10lb sack.

Anonymity is fun! Coward Issac thinks so too...

The last post day-before-yesterday @ 11:49PM was Blackwaters' question 'how do you kill a hoax?'. Easy, don't give it any attention, especially if it ended over 2 years ago. Only the spinners have added to 'The Premise' above.

A few minutes later, the very first post in yesterdays circus was DNS saying 'lots of dairy activity' happening, who then proceeds to drop 33 steaming posts in 24 hours, only to be outdone by tomi with 53 posts, Shadow at 22 posts, etc., etc. for a total of 166 piles on 11 pages! Un-friken-believable! LMH and Strib trying to keep this alive? Yeah right, jobs already being done @ UCB. Good job, though, on 'The Premise'.

'Yeah, but we don't want this hoax to go down as true'.....Pfffff, go sell that somewhere else cause we ain't buying, just like no one else is buying this hoax as being for real. Except maybe someone from the "Hollow Head Society". More addition to 'The Premise'.

Hall 7 should include UCB with yesterdays 24 hours of shame- lock, stock and barrel- for pandering to this hoax. Not one thing of value was uttered yesterday, IMO, except to help 'The Premise'. Wait, Donkeykong had the only post with substance.

Someone should check to see if anyone was hospitalized or even killed by excessive laughter yesterday, as it could only be that scumby Issac......


hehe... laugh laugh
This is Tomis job and why she posts here about things that have been discussed long ago.....Trying to bring uo the subjects only here cause she knows this is where she will gets responses to the questions that she can keep spinning round and round...Keeping it or at least making it look like someone gives a Rats behind about the subject or the matter at hand........IMHO waiting for her to slip....hehe
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« Reply #392 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 2:09pm »

Hi again Tomi,

Just forget it because it seems as if as I suspected that all of this was brought about by the following two images:

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And to be honest I find the earlier designs just as telling:

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I honestly didn’t know and thought there was something else that piqued your interest -other than this- but if this has been the reason behind your marketing speak and grandiose statements concerning AW and how they have based their current portfolio of machines around the LAP then I fear there really is no point because while I respect your experience I completely disagree, and especially about AW paying undisclosed millions to any subsequent claimant or the fact that IF true you think this would be a no-brainer for the hoaxers and they’d take the money and run…..

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« Reply #393 on: Oct 1st, 2009, 2:16pm »

on Oct 1st, 2009, 1:53pm, redlite wrote:
The Premise: Inserting 100lbs of steaming hooey into a 10lb sack.

Anonymity is fun! Coward Issac thinks so too...

The last post day-before-yesterday @ 11:49PM was Blackwaters' question 'how do you kill a hoax?'. Easy, don't give it any attention, especially if it ended over 2 years ago. Only the spinners have added to 'The Premise' above.

A few minutes later, the very first post in yesterdays circus was DNS saying 'lots of dairy activity' happening, who then proceeds to drop 33 steaming posts in 24 hours, only to be outdone by tomi with 53 posts, Shadow at 22 posts, etc., etc. for a total of 166 piles on 11 pages! Un-friken-believable! LMH and Strib trying to keep this alive? Yeah right, jobs already being done @ UCB. Good job, though, on 'The Premise'.

'Yeah, but we don't want this hoax to go down as true'.....Pfffff, go sell that somewhere else cause we ain't buying, just like no one else is buying this hoax as being for real. Except maybe someone from the "Hollow Head Society". More addition to 'The Premise'.

Hall 7 should include UCB with yesterdays 24 hours of shame- lock, stock and barrel- for pandering to this hoax. Not one thing of value was uttered yesterday, IMO, except to help 'The Premise'. Wait, Donkeykong had the only post with substance.

Someone should check to see if anyone was hospitalized or even killed by excessive laughter yesterday, as it could only be that scumby Issac......


Nice accurate critique! wink

But, after all, it is a discussion forum and for all intents and purposes, this is a debate fueled by what I like to call 'intentional ignorance' and lots of frustrated logic. The hoax is dead. Died long ago......just a few geologists left sifting through the rubble and discussing the ruins.

I thought the thread would die down until the Vegas Convention. grin

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