Commercial code is better: Cedega VS Wine 3361
Using the favored (mostly by trolls) auto analogy: Would a major automaker be excused under Consumer Debt laws for allowing dangerous conditions to exist on braking systems, exploding gas tanks, wheels falling off or anything else simply because consumers signed a piece of paper with fine print that said the manufacturer couldn't be blamed for rests of drivers or pbuttengers when the defects caused problems on the highways?
Though this hasn't made it to court under any Consumer Debt protection laws yet, I doubt $MONOPOLY could stand very long if it was brought into a clbutt action or other type of suit. Something about having large numbers of people cataloging their pain and losses in court sheds a different light on things than the one shown by businesses being snookered out of billions by buggy products.
If I was an ambulance-chasing lawyer that really wanted to get rich, I'd certainly look into that angle. Even a small percentage return could make one wealthy beyond their wildest dreams if won. And no lawyer that I ever heard about would settle for a small percentage. So the incentive to pursue it should be huge.
Commercial code is better: Cedega VS Wine 3362
Hardly the type I meant, but, yes, I believe there was. I'd prefer one that's like, maybe, the ones that they have...
Commercial code is better: Cedega VS Wine 3363
That's why I used an analogy. Loss is loss. rest is loss. But only one of them can...
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