|In reply to Comment 161 (Harald Frank):
OK, short and sweet --- if you want to sue me over a non-existing contract, then you can get my address from the non-existing address change notification I sent you due to my non-existing obligation to do so resulting from said non-existing contract.
Harald, it's 1am here. I am going to bed now, and read the latest Stephen King novel. After getting up tomorrow, I will go to the local shopping centre, buy some more books (because I have a 15% off voucher for Borders), and Kym and I are going to buy some cat-hardware (such as a scratchpost) for the soon-to-come kittens. So, for the next 14 or so hours, you can rant and rave all you want. You can call me names, accuse me of anything under the sun, and I won't be able to reply. Because, quite frankly, I don't care. I don't care at all about what you think you are entitled to, I don't care at all what phantasy contracts you have made yourself believe in. It simply doesn't have any relevance to me, or to anything I do.
If you want to sue me, you should find that quite easy to do. Thousands of people sue thousands of other people each day without having their current address. So go ahead, or don't. I'd love for you to do it, because in the end, you'd end up my travel costs to attend a hearing in Germany, *and* make a lawyer friend of mine some easy money.
Anyway, give it all you got, because, you know, I find Jake and Oy a lot more interesting than Harald.