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To: Moonray who wrote (207004)12/7/2019 3:07:43 PM
From: Stock Puppy1 Recommendation

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Moonray

  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 208854
 
Hmmmm, it does make you stop to wonder WHY he added the word "Fresh".


His story headline:
Qualcomm Accused of Fresh Antitrust Violations by 4 Apple Contractors

Well, there are many definitions of fresh:

1) full of or renewed in vigor Antitrust violations


2) not stale, sour, or decayed Antitrust violations


3) not faded Antitrust violations


4) not altered by processing Antitrust violations


5) free from taint Antitrust violations


6) original Antitrust violations


7) impudent Antitrust violations


8) fashionable Antitrust violations


9) newly obtained Antitrust violations




I vote on #7 . :-)


Slap.


Or it could be like Subway sandwich "fresh" (fresh preserved meat - oxymoron?)



To: Moonray who wrote (207004)12/7/2019 5:41:45 PM
From: Doren  Respond to of 208854
 
> , it does make you stop to wonder WHY he added the word "Fresh".

Clicks = money

Fresh = click bait

I for one though, am delighted to see taxpayers pay for these an ever larger court system judging ever more arcane disputes between billion/trillionaire companies. I'm sure it encourages more to come and and ever ever larger system of highly paid highly pensioned bureaucrats.

Job creation!

Its ironic with this low unemployment rate... we still see ever larger groups of homeless persons... no one can figure it out.