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Emcee:  Charles Tutt Type:  Moderated
The moderator on the "Microsoft Corp. - Moderated" thread has chosen to exert heavy-handed control over who may post there, apparently desiring to restrict that thread to news and commentary favorable to MSFT. In particular, I have apparently been excluded from posting. So I've decided to start a counterpoint thread. The unmoderated "How High" thread is also available, but I think a moderated thread more appropriately mirrors the other moderated thread.

Balanced commentary will be welcome. However, anybody who in my opinion is overly enthusiastic about MSFT's prospects (either here or on any other thread) will be excluded, as will anybody who is abusive or posts off-topic excessively.
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197Microsoft may free S. Korea from oppression: ;-) Charles TuCharles Tutt-10/28/2005
196do you want a revealing statistic on how MSFT is really doing? Operations for jonkai-10/27/2005
195What do you mean? I got it right (re Yahoo!): PRICES Date Open High Low Close Charles Tutt-8/24/2005
194Nice call meathead. Looks like the cult has lost faith in its leader...not surpdjia101362-8/24/2005
193You nailed that one Charles. I haven't heard anything back from James BowerProDeath-3/22/2005
19223's today? Charles Tutt (SM)Charles Tutt-3/22/2005
191abcnews.go.comCharles Tutt-2/27/2005
190No over-the-hill fuddy duddies at that campus, no sir! ;-) Perhaps they will inProDeath-2/15/2005
189Weird? Or just ironic? Charles Tutt (SM)Charles Tutt-2/3/2005
188Why, this is downright weird. --QS <i>Microsoft headquartQwikSand-2/3/2005
187Some time after the 2001 ruling as I recall. I may be off by a year or so - no mProDeath-1/24/2005
186When was the last time Microsoft even claimed to be innovative? JMHO. Charles Charles Tutt-1/24/2005
185What a furious spankathon on the moderated thread. As if the level of anxiety reProDeath-1/24/2005
184From MacMinute: <i>Apple still dismissing video iPod January 18, 2005 - QwikSand-1/18/2005
183Five years of Ballmer--the effect on Microsoft Five years ago Thursday, Bill GaJakeStraw-1/14/2005
182One of the 5 things in a WSJ "Five Tech Things To Watch in 2005". SubsQwikSand-1/4/2005
181I can't get over the success of Microsoft's knee-top video player gizmo QwikSand-12/30/2004
180Oops. "EU Court Rules Against Microsoft" JMHO. CharlCharles Tutt-12/22/2004
179In many cases it's true that there's no practical alternative to WindowsQwikSand-12/9/2004
178Unfortunately, I've known people (several, actually) who, when their PC becaCharles Tutt-12/9/2004
177Microsoft just keeps making things easier. WSJ subscription required, but it wQwikSand-12/8/2004
176MSFT is ready to explode with new MSN Search thats going to Kill google and VideKYA27-12/7/2004
175Seriously contemplate abandoning beige boxes altogether and buying a Mac. --QSQwikSand-12/2/2004
174I sometimes seriously contemplate going linux with my next beige box. then I wacfimx-12/2/2004
173probably, but probably not enough of a one to make a diff either way. msft is thcfimx-12/2/2004
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