I was on the http://www.phantom.net
website, thinking nice flashy design to attract 14 year old kids, and not multi-million dollar investers. Anyways, I happen to roll over the lower corner, and up pops "MoFo". I did a double take, and said to myself "Excuse me?" Click and it goes to a laywer PAGE! Do they realize that a mofo is a "motherfucker"? I guess not. So I went to Acronymfinder.com and searched for Mofo and got:
MoFo Morrison and Foerster LLP (law firm)
MOFO Mother Figure (polite form)
Now I ask myself now, has the word Mofo supposed to mean cheap cheesy lawyers with a bad name? Or is it actually "motherfucker"? Well a Goggle search cleared that up, and a lot of people use Mofo as the meaning of "motherfucker".
Now about the real story. As anyone ever won when suing a newspaper for a editorial? I don't think so, I think Kyle has as much right to post that article as Roberts does pocketing investers money [which it appears he's doing]
and running 5 or 6 compaines into the ground. I don't know if he was personally responsible but I'm just looking at the common denominator and it appears that Roberts is the common denominator.http://www.gamespot.com/all/news/news_6086244.html
Take a look at the console and have a look at their booth, no fancy lights, no fancy anything it appears. Just some little hole in the corner. When a new console is unveiled usually there is some attempt at "wow-ing" the crowd. But not here.
The consoles specs sound basically just like a mini tower computer and nothing more, I really don't need another one
of those, thanks. And is there a lot of demand for anoher console in the market these days?Infinium Labs has a viable product already out there. http://www.cafeshops.com/cp/store.aspx?s=ilabs.101291
LOL I think they slapped that logo onto EVERYTHING they could find! Like a THONG!? Come the foook on! Lamest company trying to make ends meat..ever.This comment was edited on Feb 20, 16:20.