A company seeking to sell novel, sperm-like robot airships for surveillance missions says that its "Argus One" tadpole spy blimp has "completed initial flight testing". The firm has also renamed itself for the third time. The STS-111 unmanned airship in test flight above Germany. Credit: Sanswire-TAO Vorsprung durch …
World Surveillance Group?
Could they not think of a less ominous name?
Isn't it marvellous...
How a wad of cash makes the "problem" of a S.E.C. investigation go away!
$300,000. That'll do nicely. And would like like to rub my tits too? (Sorry Pamela)
Yes, I know...
> Would YOU like etc.
never bought and sold anything?
so what, they're a bank, or a speculator?
Weird how for some entities, it's accepted and legal business practice, for others, a crime.
Of course the difference is in the legal word-bothering that is designed simply and solely to keep this mean spirit anticompetitiveness alive and well.
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