Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

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    This is a bit of a surprise. I saw “33 comments” at the bottom of the post and wondered which of the articles or job postings led to a lively discussion. The answer is apparently none of them. Comment 1 is a stab at an on-topic point. Everything else–all 32 other comments are MM and others basically shouting back and forth at each other with no connection to anything in the post. I hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving, and that maybe venting here spared some of your relatives from hearing the same sort of stuff in person.

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      Golly, maybe there is something abnormal happening in the Executive branch and in the United States Senate that could explain it.

      Anyone have any ideas?

      1. 2.1.1

        No.

        Malcolm, this is a PATENT LAW BLOG. How you feel about any other poli-rant item does NOT “explain it” (leastwise, as to the point that dcl is trying to provide).

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          Who appoints Federal Circuit judges? Should that person be a non-criminal? Should that person be surrounded be a mi-0gyn-ist r-@-cist, surrounded by like-minded @-h-oles? Should that person be a path-0-logical li-@r?

          What do you think, Bildo?

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            Same question for the Supreme Court.

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            I think that IF you have a patent law question, then by all means ask that patent law question.

            If instead you merely want to engage in your various political rants, well, then, shall we (yet again) have your overwhelming lead of expunged posts added to?

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              I had to listen to your bff Night Wiper rant on about “Obama judges” for many years. You were curiously silent when that happened, over and over again.

              Golly, I wonder what the explanation is for the distinction?

              But surely “Campus PC” is the worst thing ever. Way worse than patents on facts and logic! Rich Whitey getting criticized! So scary.

              1. 2.1.1.1.2.1.1

                “Curiously silent” is NOT “complicity in agreement.”

              2. 2.1.1.1.2.1.2

                … Whitey….?

          3. 2.1.1.1.3

            I also think that YOU accusing anyone else of being a “path-0-logical li-@r” is an item that is beyond stultifying, given as you are the least inte11ectually honest person to have ever posted on this blog.

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              YOU accusing anyone else of being a “path-0-logical li-@r” is an item that is beyond stultifying

              LOL

              What have l-i-e-d about, Bildo?

              And congrats on leaping up to defend the indefensible Mango Spraytan! You’re a very serious person and totally not a glibertarian pile of d-gsh-t who will eagerly carry water for r@-cist s-c-u-mb@gs, anywhere, anytime.

              Your boy, Dennis. Heckuva job.

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                There is NO “leap to defense of” — and that is an immediate example of one type of your
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                Another type more on point as to patent law is anyone of literally hundreds of your inte11ectually dishonest rants about a specific design choice of wares in the computing arts (that each of which are patentably equivalent).

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    From the Persad “Pharma Exceptionalism” piece:

    However, if others cannot be held to account, imposing burdens on pharma IP holders can be justified in order to promote global health: treating wealthy firms arbitrarily is preferable to ignoring the urgent needs of the global poor.

    (noting that the piece does indicate that “exceptionalism” against patents is an error, but nonetheless is “ok”)

    Because ALL forced socialism societal experiments have been successes….

    Hmm, is that ALL or is that NONE….

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