Bill goes off on a rant -- or is it a diatribe? He's all in a lather about why no government officer or agency ever seems to get named as a defendant when the government itself starts pointing fingers at the private sector. For starters, he goes off on the Department of Justice's recent civil case involving the Gulf oil spill. This one you gotta read.
These days, everyone is suing everyone about everything. Of course, since Bill is a lawyer, he's not exactly upset about that. Can you spell R-E-T-A-I-N-E-R? However, just for a change of pace, read about two public customers who get bounced in FINRA arbitrations for raising odd claims.
In a word: Disgusting. Don't read this one on a full stomach.
On the one hand, you could take the big bucks and work nights and weekends to write your own code from scratch. On the other hand, there's always that COPY and PASTE alternative.
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