Hyman Rosen wrote:
On 4/16/2010 1:13 PM, Alexander Terekhov wrote:
And what would such hallucination-motion say to the court to
 > justify the request to amend the complaint silly Hyman?

Well, they could say "we forgot".

Or they could say that because the infringers are distributing
a binary version of BusyBox, it's difficult to determine the
exact version being infringed. Or they could say that they feel
it's enough to register one version, but since the court doesn't
agree, they'll register all of them. These are lawyers. As we
know from the defendants' responses you've posted, they can be
endlessly creative when coming up with supporting reasons.

And if it is found that a frog has wings then the frog won't bump his
ass when he jumps.

RJack :)

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