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It appears Amiga Inc never owned some of the hardware they were possessing. from http://www.murphyauctions.net/amiga.html

Amiga Inc is being sold by order of the property management. Some of the equipment listed has been claimed by vendors as of Wednesday, June 11, 2003. The equipment was only on the premises as a "loaner" to Amiga for development reasons. The following items have been removed from the sale:

IMAC PC
EPSON 740i printer
NOKIA MEDIA terminal
NETBOOK pda
SHARP pda
MY FRIEND pocket pc
AQUAPAD mobile internet device
VADEM CLIO pocket pc

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 1 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by DaveP on 14-Jun-2003 05:45 GMT
Well no shit. This is what happens when a landlord locks everyone out of premises.

I wondered if that mediaterminal could be *owned* by Amiga Inc.

Worst thing is, as a business, you have to explain to your business partners that their equipment that was on loan to you to experiment with/evaluate has been impounded. That can kill not just one deal but any hopes of future deals with folks these people network with.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 2 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by JoannaK on 14-Jun-2003 06:44 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (DaveP):
Well. I'm sure those companied know by now allready that AmigaInc is just lots of talk and no delivery. Most of those projects were cancelled year or two ago, so they should have had plenty of time to send those materials back.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 3 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 14-Jun-2003 07:17 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (DaveP):
> Worst thing is, as a business, you have to explain to your business partners that
> their equipment that was on loan to you to experiment with/evaluate has been
> impounded. That can kill not just one deal but any hopes of future deals with
> folks these people network with.

And how's that a Landlord's business? Rent not payed -> people kicked out. As easy as that.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 4 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Jun-2003 07:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (DaveP):
*LOOOL*Hey, just imagine what happens when DCE cannot pay the rent (?) and 20 "lost"CSPPC appear for auction... :-P</troll>
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 5 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Toby on 14-Jun-2003 08:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Anonymous):
maybe they could put BB ass up for rent!
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 6 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Bill Hoggett on 14-Jun-2003 09:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (DaveP):
@DaveP

> Well no shit. This is what happens when a landlord locks everyone out
> of premises.

Which in turn is what happens when people don't pay their rent. Repeatedly. Over long periods of time.

> I wondered if that mediaterminal could be *owned* by Amiga Inc.

I wondered about that too. It's not that unusual for a company to donate (as opposed to lend) equipment for development purposes, but that usually only applies to equipment which has been released to market, not to prototypes.

> Worst thing is, as a business, you have to explain to your business partners
> that their equipment that was on loan to you to experiment with/evaluate has
> been impounded.

Self inflicted. What's the bet they didn't actually bother to tell any of those companies their equipment was impounded?

> That can kill not just one deal but any hopes of future deals with folks
> these people network with.

And so it should be. A situation like this is a very bad sign about the company involved, and it's quite natural that this would be reflected in how that company is perceived by prospective business partners.

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's usually a duck.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 7 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Jun-2003 09:10 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Bill Hoggett):
"If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's usually a duck."

Unless its Bill Hogget!
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 8 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Bill Hoggett on 14-Jun-2003 09:20 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (Anonymous):
The problem with ANN is that it allows wank*rs to post personal abuse under the cover of anonymity.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 9 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Jun-2003 09:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Bill Hoggett):
You better believe it DuckBoy!
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 10 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by William F. Maddock on 14-Jun-2003 11:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (Anonymous):
Two points:

1) If I were moderator, your comment about Bill would have been deleted as personal abuse.

2) Has no one noticed the wording of the notice on the auction site? How does one contact them in order to get them to change the wording to reflect accurate truth? While the building owner has custody of the listed property, they do not have custody of the corporate entity.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 11 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Matt Parsons on 14-Jun-2003 12:06 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (William F. Maddock):
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
2) Has no one noticed the wording of the notice on the auction site? How does one contact them in order to get them to change the wording to reflect accurate truth? While the building owner has custody of the listed property, they do not have custody of the corporate entity.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


Does it really matter anymore...? :-(

Game over?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 12 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Troels Ersking on 14-Jun-2003 13:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Bill Hoggett):
""> I wondered if that mediaterminal could be *owned* by Amiga Inc.

I wondered about that too. It's not that unusual for a company to donate (as opposed to lend) equipment for development purposes, but that usually only applies to equipment which has been released to market, not to prototypes.""

Mediaterminal WAS released to market in some Scandinavian countries.. Sales where bad and Nokia stopped production and Amiga could wawe goodbye to another project which had taken up precious time (and money).
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 13 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by MIKE on 14-Jun-2003 13:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (DaveP):
Dave, it was former employees gear, that was brought into the office, until the lockout.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 14 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 14-Jun-2003 15:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (MIKE):
Posted by MIKE (64.112.205.104) on 14-Jun-2003 15:43:03

In Reply to Comment 1:
Dave, it was former employees gear, that was brought into the office, until the lockout.

-----------------
I'm wondering if the Sharp PDA (Zaurus?) was the same one billyboy was showing off at Amiwest 2002.

It's a good bet he didn't spend any of his own money (oxymoron?) on the Zaurus.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 15 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Rich Woods on 14-Jun-2003 16:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Bill Hoggett):
Posted by Bill Hoggett (80.46.165.137) on 14-Jun-2003 11:20:44

In Reply to Comment 7:
The problem with ANN is that it allows wank*rs to post personal abuse under the cover of anonymity.
---------------

I agree - if you can't use your own name and e-mail address why hide like a scared widdle kid?

I can hear it now - e-mail addresses are being collected for SPAMMERS.

Hey - I just got an idea? I wonder if Amiga is going to hand out cans of Amiga branded SPAM "luncheon meat" at Amiwest 2003? What a GREAT idea.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 16 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by 3seas on 14-Jun-2003 16:54 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Rich Woods):
Rich, someone like me doesn't need to post my email address. Why? Because it's plenty available thru google, and most everybody knows that.Not posting it here is only reducing where all spammers might collect my email address from.Perhaps I'm just an exception..... shrug... sure as hell wouldn't be the first time.About the topic. Yeah, it's a clear indication Amiga was suddenly and unexpectedly locked out.I do wonder about the time line, how things fit, including Gary's health problems. Is the sickness of a company wearing off on it's employees?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 17 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Analnymous on 14-Jun-2003 17:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Rich Woods):
@ Hogget

Considering the passion you have on this subject I think it was a bloody good joke. Otherwise it would have been personal abuse, as you suggested, and big no-no.

@ rich woods

Nah, it's not the spammers, but people who take things way too seriously.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 18 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Matt Parsons on 14-Jun-2003 21:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (3seas):
>>>>>>>>
I do wonder about the time line, how things fit, including Gary's health problems.
Is the sickness of a company wearing off on it's employees?
<<<<<<<<

Maybe without the level headedness and sharp legal mind of Gary, there was no hope for Amiga Inc.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 19 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Jun-2003 22:33 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Rich Woods):
Rich, your biased because you have had a bad experience with A.inc, plus you suck BBRV knob.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 20 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 14-Jun-2003 22:54 GMT
So? Many of those devices where given by manufacturers to have the DE tested on them. Just like PC magazines received hardware for reviews and then they have to return it.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 21 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Samface on 14-Jun-2003 23:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (3seas):
Look at my e-mail address, spam proof and all. =)
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 22 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Samface on 14-Jun-2003 23:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Rich Woods):
Even better idea; how about explaining why you have removed my access to your FTP?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 23 of 57ANN.lu
Message removed by Christian Kemp for violation of ANN's posting rules.
Specific reason from moderator: Profanity
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 24 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Olegil on 15-Jun-2003 06:49 GMT
In reply to Comment 17 (Analnymous):
Yeah. Spam is easily blocked from Mozilla these days. Try it out :-)

People who start to dig up previous history and posting it everywhere is another matter. But just a name would be just as bad. (heh, for us previous alcoholics this can be a tad bit annoying ;-) ).

I find it intriguing how some people cannot be found on the Internet. I mean, you guys never got interviewed by a newspaper or anything? :-)
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 25 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Emeric SH on 15-Jun-2003 06:57 GMT
Good to see the playground of anonymous retarted children. :)

As to Amiga Inc. they still didn't file for bankruptcy. Either a new investment was made (are there new offices for A Inc?) or they are on starving rations.

Anyone with a rough estimate of what income AmigaONE/AmigaOS4 sales will mean to the "company"? Are they already receiving it, or will they receive it when AmigaONE-s are out with AmigaOS4?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 26 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by dammy on 15-Jun-2003 07:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (Emeric SH):
> Anyone with a rough estimate of what income AmigaONE/AmigaOS4 sales will mean
> to the "company"? Are they already receiving it, or will they receive it when
> AmigaONE-s are out with AmigaOS4?

I'm sure former Amiga Inc employee, Mr. Peck, would like to know that as well. AFAIK, has yet been able to collect on the court ordered monies that Amiga Inc owes him.

Amiga Inc - The New Shell Money Game!

Dammy
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 27 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 15-Jun-2003 09:19 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (Emeric SH):
"Anyone with a rough estimate of what income AmigaONE/AmigaOS4 sales will mean to the "company"? Are they already receiving it, or will they receive it when AmigaONE-s are out with AmigaOS4?"

I think the $50 contributions are in effect advance payment of the license fees.

The sales of game packs are more relevant.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 28 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by DaveP on 15-Jun-2003 09:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Bill Hoggett):
@Bill

Exactly my point. I was explaining some of the ramifications for the slow people at the back.

@Fab

Right so how did you read a defense of Amiga into that?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 29 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 15-Jun-2003 13:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 28 (DaveP):
> @Fab

Is that me?

> Right so how did you read a defense of Amiga into that?

Defense? Now, this is funny... how did you read into my words that I read a defense of Amiga into your words?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 30 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Tronman on 15-Jun-2003 19:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (dammy):
Uh, yeah I would like to know that, actually. So would my attorney.
But, also very importantly, what about the other 8 or 9 employees (not
counting officers Vince, Fleecy and Bill) who also didn't get their
money? We're talking about dedicated folks who uprooted their lives,
moving thousands of miles, because they either 'believed in the dream'
and/or Amiga offered them a hefty paycheck. Which they very soon
stopped getting.

Because I made the most noise, I sorta got famous but actually, others
took it in the shorts worse than me-but they happened to have other
resources on which they could rely so maybe they didn't have the near
brush with welfare that I did :-/

I will be going to the auction Tuesday, since I live close by, and it
will be interesting to see who shows up. Incidentally, the Imac was
McBill's own personal machine, so somehow he did manage to get that
back. Bummer, I was gonna try to buy it..

What should be read into this, is that Amiga had NO intention to
develop the 'Mac-ithlon' that Bernie had suggested was possible back
when we first got Amithlon to check out. I practically stood on my
head to convince Amiga to buy the rights to Amithlon and sell it for
some badly needed cash. But It didn't 'fit into our roadmap' and was
a 'deadend product' as Fleecy said :-(( Amithlon could have opened
many doors for Amiga, it would also have kept the entanglements of
dealing with H and P to a minimum, additionally providing a much
needed revenue boost and vehicle for the DE Player to be sold in a
unique and attractive way (to PC users). But what did I know, right?

Apparently, not enough to get out while I still had some money..

I just laugh when I read posts of the remaining AI defenders, about
Amiga's 'vision' and so on.. Oh wait, no I don't-It just makes me
more sure that I'll never see my settlement. These guys just can't
see the forest for the trees. If YOU were a potential investor, and
did a little due diligence on Amiga, Incorporated, would YOU give them
a million bucks? Be honest..
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 31 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by JoannaK on 15-Jun-2003 20:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (Tronman):
Hi Tronman

I'm not sure if you read Amiga.org these days but end of this thread might have some interesting relevance. Person with nick OhNo is DE games developer and... well, you know Ainc's financial situation better than most of us.
http://amiga.org/modules/news/article.php?storyid=2240
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 32 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by greenboy on 15-Jun-2003 22:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (Tronman):
Tronman,

How you let EVILL GSENSENI destroy the Amiga CUMMUMMINITOMY by bring your problems to here, yes?????!!!!!!???? YOU SHOULD to take it onto YOUR SHORTS like OTTER LOYAL AMIGANS and then be leave your FAMILY if it was hurt to it, by fast transit!!!!! YOU TWO arre DESTROYING US THE CLOMMMUNITY!!!!!!

Sinnsearly,

A Concerned Jokmiga FAN (!!!!!!)
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 33 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by priest on 16-Jun-2003 08:34 GMT
Hmmm... IMO those are pretty convincing examples that some kind of partnerships did exist...
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 34 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by priest on 16-Jun-2003 08:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (MIKE):
Awww... Really?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 35 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Ketzer on 16-Jun-2003 09:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 33 (priest):
Shhht! That doesnt fit right now ;)
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 36 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Gary Peake on 16-Jun-2003 13:33 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (Tronman):
Bolton,

I see post after post by you, stretching the truth and adlibbing ad naseum. You mention us "other poor employees who are left" but do you realize how badly you are hurting us with the outright lies, innuendo, and twisted truths?

In post after post, you take a partial truth, bend it, twist it, and even add lies on top of it (like this story concerning your role in trying to get Amithlon on IMac or to get Amithlon at all - all lies, no such discussion even took place from or with you or in your presence or at all to my knowledge) and you have embellished the heck out of everything you have posted over the last couple of months.

Take, for example, your story of how you missed Christmas because you didn't get paid. Yes, the check on the 15th of December that year was late, but we did get it on that January 3rd. And you also forgot to mention all the extra bonuses you got during your employment. You forgot to mention that expensive mountain racing bike you bought and all the other toys and gadgets you bought with the extra money you got from Amiga. You forgot to mention how often you "stayed home to work from home and baby sit". How many jobs let you do that 2-3 times a week, week after week after week with little work product being turned in when you worked from home?

You know you had no such role or even discussion or voiced opinion involving Amithlon or the decision-making process and that the two incidents you try to put yourself into (getting Amithlon on the Imac and getting rights to distribute Amitlon) never even took place with you involved.

The most prominent position you ever took at Amiga (when you were at work and not home baby sitting the new baby or home sick - yes we all remember your phone call about being sick which came from the bike shop, how convenient huh?) was your constant rhetoric against and making fun of Bill Buck and MorphOS on an almost constant and daily basis, right up to your very last day at work. I hope that this is not a secret you have kept from them?

Sorry if this "spills the beans" on you. Maybe someone should do some "due dilligence" on Bolton as well? They may be surprised what they learn about "the real truth" and what you actually said about Bill Buck, Genesi, and MorphOS (and many others here who you now cowtow to) during your tenure at Amiga? Since you were mainly tasked, at various times, with AmigaOS projects, you had LOTS to say about those people didn't you? Have you told them your true opinion of them as stated back then?

If anyone has any questions or wishes to debate me, sorry, not here for that. Just wanted folks to know that Bolton is not being exactly truthful in his posts. While there has been "some" elements of truth in "some" of what he has posted, most has been embellishment, innuendo, or outright lies on top of a twisted rendition of a truth and he has severely broken his NDA which is still in effect. How trustworthy does that make him to another employer?

Written as a "fellow employee" who worked right next to Bolton, when he was at work.

Gary Peake
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 37 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 16-Jun-2003 13:51 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (Gary Peake):
Even if he lied... Pay him or close your mouth... Paying an employee is NOT
a novelty, it's a NECESSITY.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 38 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Gary Peake on 16-Jun-2003 14:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (Alkis Tsapanidis):
Please learn to read.

"Posted as a fellow EMPLOYEE". I have nothing to do with pay or no pay. But, I don't lie and I do honor NDA's.

Gary
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 39 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by DaveP on 16-Jun-2003 14:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Fabio Alemagna):
@fab

>And how's that a Landlord's business? Rent not payed -> people kicked out. As easy as that.

Square this with what I said. I was not attacking the landlord, or Amiga Inc, just explaining the situation as it can impact business relationships IF the items were loaners from other companies.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 40 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 16-Jun-2003 15:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (Gary Peake):
@Gary
>You forgot to mention that expensive mountain racing bike you bought and all the other toys and gadgets you bought with the extra money you got from Amiga. You forgot to mention how often you "stayed home to work from home and baby sit". How many jobs let you do that 2-3 times a week, week after week after week with little work product being turned in when you worked from home?

Well it tells something about the management at Amiga Inc., does it?
Usually the ones who don't do enough productive work or are not playing by the rules, gets sacked. At least in the companies I have worked for.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 41 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 16-Jun-2003 15:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (Gary Peake):
So you're being paid or not?
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 42 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Nate Downes on 16-Jun-2003 16:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Gary Peake):
Can it. We just don't care.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 43 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Nate Downes on 16-Jun-2003 16:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (Tronman):
Hey, could ya pick up Bill's desk lamp, or his office chair for me? I'll pay you for it. 8)
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 44 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Nicolas Sallin on 16-Jun-2003 18:54 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (Gary Peake):
Does it mean AInc used to brainwash their employees until they all
hate bbrv/thendic/morphos/bplan/phase5 ?

I'm glade to hear Bolton escaped from all that :)
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 45 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Bill Hoggett on 16-Jun-2003 19:01 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Gary Peake):
@Gary

> But, I don't lie

Well, not everyone is convinced about that. I certainly am not. As to whether honouring NDAs - which are used by your company as a tool to deceive the public by preventing those who know the truth from speaking out - is a honourable quality, that too is debatable.

I honour truth and honesty, but not your brand of it.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 46 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Ray A. Akey on 16-Jun-2003 19:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (Alkis Tsapanidis):
Gary is an employee just like the rest of us. Gary doesn't pay people.

Also, Gary is also one of, if not THE most honest, play-it-straight people at Amiga. If you don't believe what Gary says, then then you live in your own fantasy world and Gary is a threat to that false nirvana.

However, I guess it's easier to play the "pay him or shut up" card when there's something presented to you that you can't argue with 1:1 and can't prove otherwise.

Personally, I'd LOVE to see Gary and some of these people (including bolton) - who make accusations that Gary can debate and refute head-on - put in a room together, face-to-face. Then we'd see who's making up what.

flames >NULL:
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 47 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 16-Jun-2003 19:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 46 (Ray A. Akey):
1) I did not claim that Gary is lying.
2) About the payment stuff, I meant it in the plural number, meaning the company,
not Gary himself.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 48 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Ray A. Akey on 16-Jun-2003 19:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (Alkis Tsapanidis):
"Even if he lied..."

Apparently, double-standards are a big thing with some of you..
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 49 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by Tronman on 17-Jun-2003 07:16 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Gary Peake):
I can see that, I guess that is why you are talking about all sorts of inside company information. Most all of which is an exaggeration or an outright lie in its own right. You know good and well that I talked to Fleecy about Amithlon and he told me it was a 'dead end product' and didn't fit our 'roadmap', and that I practically stood on my head to get us to buy it. I must have bugged Sanjay a hundred times about it..

And this is downright unprofessional to mention my bicycle, which you know I bought over a YEAR before the christmas check you mention, carefully stringing it together to look like I got the bike on January 3, 2002 versus September 2000 when I did buy it. You don't mention that I only ever got ONE bonus while at Amiga, and that I had to return the camera I bought with it because I couldn't afford to keep it due to further missed checks. And that when we got that bonus, it was less than half the months pay for which we were already owed. Some bonus..

You don't mention how I rode that 'expensive mountain racing bicycle' to work every day for 5 months in 2002 when we couldn't afford two cars. And yes, one of the THREE times I ever called in sick, I stopped at the bike shop right in the middle of my daily bicycle commute. I used their phone, turned around and went back home.

You also don't mention that I had to stay home with Rose due to Janet having to work to support us, you know this is true, and that my testing was exactly as productive as you funneling the work of those '3500 developers' to my desk. The half dozen or so whom I did work with were all polite and efficient. You must have been hiding the other 3,494 developers from the company on your own private T1 line to your cube only, totally separate from the company LAN.

You know I did not mention a lot of personal things, staying only with the facts about the late checks, missed checks, and bad management decisions. I didn't get on ANN talking about Bill's expensive toys (mountain bike, $500; Victory motorcycle $18,000) or a boat load of other stuff.

Genesi et. al. are well aware that my negative feelings towards them at that time, were due to the bad info fed me from YOU and others at Amiga. You exaggerate greatly here too, but I've told them this, and apologized for being wrong. Never seen you do that..

This whole diatribe smacks of a last ditch, desperate effort on the eve of Amiga's equipment being auctioned off, to discredit one of Amiga's critics in any way you can.
Amiga Inc auction update : Comment 50 of 57ANN.lu
Posted by cheesegrate on 17-Jun-2003 09:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (Gary Peake):
dear gary

the pressure of being part of the scam getting to u?
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