Maybe China should buy TRU64 and OpenVMS and the layered products associated with those two operating systems from HP and then continue to develop and market those two operating systems and their respective layered products and marketed them as they should of been marketed in the first place as the 2 greatest operating systems with the greatest layered products available so that eventually no other operating system exists. And If it is legal to work with and support those operating systems on behalf of China I would do that if the money was right and if I did not have to do anything unethical. morally speaking. Based on my SDA belief. American companies that have owned what digital designed and developed, do not deserve to have them for what these companies have done with them in the past.
We as a country put the people in Washington .so we did it to our self, we go what we deserve. so shut up.
It is said that these companies are to large to fail. Pleasure would come to the public totally, I think, for it would give individuals a chance to really engage in private enterprise. This little community is governed by Wally World. They have run three friendly local businesses into closing their doors completely - many others are hurting. W-M is displaying the cheapest of quantity products at Multi-X prices. In short they don't give a beep beep about their customers - "just give them all your money and shut-up". Oh! what a motto. Then, too, no one has listed the great protector of the people -- the U.S. Government with our elected representatives who get their pockets filled by these multi-grandiose complexes for denouncing the very people that supported their ascension to the high offices. Quest: reduce size of government -- reduce size of multi-giant complexes. Too many big companies,,,,too much big government. Don't think for a minute that this is a free country.
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