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[News] Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINEANN.lu
Posted on 26-Mar-2004 14:52 GMT by Mikey C364 comments
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Answers many questions, including "That Business Card" Amigaworld.net
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 1 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 14:05 GMT
So the card was genuine (despite all the people saying it was a fake). However he said that he told Bill Buck he was not really the CEO despite distributing these cards. Weird.
I will have to reread the whole thing later are there are some part I don't get:

<CITE>Question 4.3: Given your history in the broadband media industry, the need for flexible and reliable set-top boxes, console devices etc., combined with the nature of Amiga OS do you see a symbiosis between these devices and a desktop computer system? Is there a mutual benefit for catering for both, at least in the abstract speculative sense?

Garry: ...
One of the features that attracted us to the Amiga OS in the first place is that, by definition, it is cross-platform. Improvement in any one market should improve the others, including the desktop. If the same application played across all platforms and devices, so much the better.</CITE>

Is it about the AmigaOS or AmigaDE ? I thought he bought AmigaOS ...
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 2 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by James Carroll on 26-Mar-2004 14:08 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Christophe Decanini):
Maybe he means AmigaOS will run on different PPC platforms? Thats my guess.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 3 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 14:18 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (James Carroll):
Found on wikipedia:

A cross-platform is a programming language, software application or hardware device that works on more than one system platform (e.g. Unix, Windows, Macintosh).

And

A system platform is the basic technology of a computer system's hardware and software that defines how a computer is operated and determines what other kinds of software can be used.

My understanding is that a cross-platform OS is an OS running on different hardware architectures. It goes beyond running with the same CPU.
If I'm wrong then MACOSX for example coul be considered as cross-platform (running on different PPC motherboards).
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 4 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Paul Gadd on 26-Mar-2004 14:28 GMT
"However he said that he told Bill Buck he was not really the CEO despite distributing these cards"

Yeah he is totally idiotic for giving people these cards. what he has done is "fraud" and "deception", this aint about someone who has made fake cards for a laugh to show off to friends at work etc, giving them out at Amiga places is bang out of order.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 5 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Bill Hoggett on 26-Mar-2004 14:28 GMT
Well, it reads like the usual mix of half-truths and soundbytes to me, and while it answers some questions, it fails to answer others. The fact that the interview was accorded to that particular site also means that none of the really intriguing questions were asked.

To be honest, I don't think anyone should expect respect by default in the Amiga community. Only those who actively earn it should be entitled to it. Too many have demanded respect in the past while doing nothing whatsoever to justify it.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 6 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 14:49 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Bill Hoggett):
I feel the same way. Why did he bought AmigaOS ? What is the targeted market ? What are the directions that have been taken ?
If his company really bought it last year they should know by now and be able to communicate it to partners/developers/customers.
It still look to be an attempt to separate AmigaOS from Amiga Inc to protect it.
Well, it can only be better than what we got with AmigaINC. At least let's hope so.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 7 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by JoannaK on 26-Mar-2004 14:57 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Christophe Decanini):
Imho this all sounds like end of AmigaInc. ... Ah well, It should have happened years ago, it's been going on too long anyhow.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 8 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 26-Mar-2004 14:57 GMT
That interview plainly sounded canned and I don't for one minute believe half the answers.

I especially don't believe the business card answer. That is complete BS. No respectable business man would print and distribute CEO business cards for a company he did not work for.

Is it me or does this smell? Notice I am carefully wording this not to sound like a flame, but just a genuine impression. This all smells of a carefully worded spin.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 9 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Wayne Dresing, PhD. on 26-Mar-2004 15:01 GMT
Hey Hey Hey Mikey_C, are you going to be first in line for one of those FAKE Garry Hare Iam CEO of AmigaInc business cards?

I think Garry will confuse you with MikeB and end up sending him the card and the money he owes you.

While you are there, ask Garry to send T-shirts to everyone instead!

Have a nice day! :-)
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 10 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Cluke on 26-Mar-2004 15:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Anonymous):
Spin? Maybe so. The business card issue is a strange one. He seems to be saying that he was strongly considering joining Amiga Inc as CEO, and had the cards printed on spec. He then gave four of them away simply for contact purposes, but only to people who knew he was not yet CEO of Amiga Inc. It doesn't really seem a good excuse to me, it's too convoluted. But perhaps it is the truth (if only for the reason that you would imagine someone who was lying would come up with something better!)

He did come across as someone trying to be honest. Alright, this was made easier for him as some of the more searching questions were not asked.

One things for sure, with all the recent developments, Genesi are beginning to look pretty bad.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 11 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Dan Boyd on 26-Mar-2004 15:10 GMT
Now I believe that KMOS will be a very good thing for AmigaOS. They could be the sort of parent company that AInc never managed to become.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 12 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by T_Bone on 26-Mar-2004 15:15 GMT
/me waits for apologies to Wayne, who has been shown to be telling the complete truth.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 13 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 15:19 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Wayne Dresing, PhD.):
"While you are there, ask Garry to send T-shirts to everyone instead! "

It looks like some people are ready to swap their never delivered t-shirt for what they thought was an inexisting business card ...
I'd better get the offer that was offered with my coupon or I will not be and OS 4.0 + user.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 14 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 26-Mar-2004 15:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (T_Bone):
"I only have 16 but as they are "fake" in the first place, I can probably print more. I think, although I may be wrong, this was through CAM. I'll speak to Ray. I'm serious about this. I've decided to carry real business cards. At least for now.
"

apologies to Wayne ?? they are fake!
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 15 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 15:32 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (T_Bone):
A lot of people should apologize to Wayne. It is not without reasons that some of these people where invited to get away from ANN.
Wayne is a very respectfull person who does a great job for the community. Implying that he was lying in order to undermine his work was really stupid.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 16 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Wayne Dresing, PhD. on 26-Mar-2004 15:39 GMT
You have not heard the last from me. I can imagine a system much better than Amiga OS4.... now to create it! Truely, only time will tell.

Stay in touch my friends.

Sincerely yours,

Carl Sassenrath

carl@sassenrath.com
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 17 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by %00 on 26-Mar-2004 15:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Christophe Decanini):
Maybe you can start with apologizing to the French State for idolizing an American who ripped off the social security system of your country.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 18 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 15:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Anonymous):
"apologies to Wayne ?? they are fake"

People arguing with Wayne said that he didn't scan a business card but faked a business card scan using gfx software. I even remember someone doing a fake and put it on a website to try to prove Wayne wrong.

How serious is it to distribute fake CEO business cards ? If Garry was to be the AmigaInc CEO at one point, then distributed some cards saying so, it is normal that the people who have got the card have assumed that he was the CEO.

BTW I would like to know if the card Wayne scanned is the same as Bill Buck got.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 19 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 26-Mar-2004 15:45 GMT
It's hard to think of a worse idea than handing out 'fake' business cards, but such is marketing. They're only paper, and if they were presented as "This is what could happen," well, it's always going to be a battle of words.

(Three or five more companies down the line, I'm sure someone will inkjet off some $100s as a mockup of how much money OS8 could earn.)

---

So, fast-forwarding to strategy:

Question 3.9: Prior to the public announcement of your company's stake in Amiga technologies, Amiga Inc. drew some broad stroke objectives for the development and convergence of two technical innovations, the revived AmigaOS and DE type developments. Broadly speaking does KMOS share a similar outlook?

Garry: It isn't really KMOS' view that matters. We are proceeding to meet the needs of specific customers. I guess you could say that is our "strategy". I've proven, several times, that I'm not smart enough to accurately anticipate markets. My partners might be, but I keep arguing they aren't either.


Whew. First thought, combined with the earlier OS statement, "Yep, he's sick of services and ready to drive a platform." Second thought, "Wait, he's not confident he can predict on a platform, so he's going to build it through services." Hnhh. You're screwed either way these days, and this is how MS, Sun, and everyone else ended up doing it, so I guess what really matters is the availability of what's produced outside the deal with the mystery customer/product. As long as a company's product is available RANDly, they have the option of finding more customers, and aren't completely screwed if the miracle proves a CD-i instead of a C64... If their actual product is NDA, private, back-room... Say hi to Sharp, Sendo, Symbian and Nokia.

I am contracting with the best information management firm I know to help set a structure for information and retrieval over a restricted access site.

Just don't shoot yourself in the foot. ('Deny by default' is secure policy, but if your users can't get out on port 80, they're going to pick another ISP.)

---

Ever notice that the more computing gets 'commoditized,' the harder it is to buy something and make use of it? Either companies won't sell it to you, or they'll nickel-and-dime you to death if you buy in.

---

Oh well, patiently waiting for something technical, and hoping some 'Club'/post-Club benefits will continue that won't demand permanent non-disclosure.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 20 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 15:45 GMT
In reply to Comment 17 (%00):
I never idolized Bill Buck.
You should apologize to be an anonymous without the guts to put your name on your lame low insults. Go back to hide behind your computer, coward.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 21 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Gru on 26-Mar-2004 15:45 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Christophe Decanini):
Exactly! These people knew damn well the real thruth and yet they called Wayne a liar to promote their personal agenda, the great AO exodus. They knew it, they are on uber secret mailing lists with Amiga Inc. For how long did they snicker and say Oh we know something you don't.

Now we have a half confession by Garry himself and these same scum still refuse to apologise. It should go to show the character of these people.

This is just a shell game, a scam. Anyone who still can't see that deserves to be ripped off again.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 22 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Ketzer on 26-Mar-2004 15:58 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Christophe Decanini):
> How serious is it to distribute fake CEO business cards ? If Garry was to be the AmigaInc CEO at one point, then distributed some cards saying so, it is normal that the people who have got the card have assumed that he was the CEO.

Thats probably why he explained he wasnt. Which didnt stop a certain person to declare that its "old news" that Garry is the CEO.

On a related note, when are all the "garry-is-ceo-and-amiga-inc-are-liars"-people going to apology to Amiga Inc.? Dont bother, I know the answer.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 23 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by SlimJim on 26-Mar-2004 16:01 GMT
I agree that Wayne was right in the respect that the business card was at least real (not that I personally have anything to apologize to him for). Maybe Bill Buck's strong statements on the matter, despite knowing (according to Garry) exactly what the card did and didn't mean, was a misunderstanding. Maybe not, but I don't know and never will know. Enough with the speculations. This small matter is over, now we know that Garry Hare is not CEO of AmigaInc and never were.

Let's move on.
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SlimJim
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 24 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by gadget on 26-Mar-2004 16:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Ketzer):
And tell me why those "amiga inc and garry is lying" tends to be people all dressed up in blue?
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 25 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by SlimJim on 26-Mar-2004 16:05 GMT
As a side note, I think this interview was very good. I was glad not to see any of the obvious fluff that has often lined AInc:s (and Genesi's) posts and thus I was surprised to see others stating that here. Makes to show what differences in expereinces makes to perception.
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SlimJim
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 26 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 26-Mar-2004 16:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Ketzer):
> On a related note, when are all the "garry-is-ceo-and-amiga-inc-are-liars"-people going to apology to Amiga Inc.? Dont bother, I know the answer.

We already did, where were you? I know I made comments on this point exactly.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 27 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Wayne Dresing, PhD. on 26-Mar-2004 16:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Dan Boyd):


Garry Hare, if you are reading this, buy those promised t-shirts for the people who are owed them. Why? Because its the right thing to do. Its called a gesture of good will, and it will prove that you are serious about this market.

I think you will not buy any t-shirts, and it will prove to me and the rest of this market that you are a fraud! Prove me wrong! I dare you!

Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 28 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 16:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Ketzer):
"On a related note, when are all the "garry-is-ceo-and-amiga-inc-are-liars"-people going to apology to Amiga Inc.? Dont bother, I know the answer"

If they have been presented with wrong information from AmigaINC they should receive apologies from them, not the other way around.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 29 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 16:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 27 (Wayne Dresing, PhD.):
Here is your last warning: Do not overuse bold fonts anymore in your comments.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 30 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Darrin on 26-Mar-2004 16:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 21 (Gru):
> This is just a shell game, a scam. Anyone who still can't see that deserves
> to be ripped off again.

Oh, so KMOS are now liars and everything another certain party claims is still always the truth?

On the subject of Wayne, I think that anyone that claimed he was a "liar" when he annouced that he saw a card probably do owe him an apology. However, there are a couple of reasons as to why Wayne ended up commenting on the card...

1. He was "used" and was shown the card by someone who knew it was false in order to have Wayne back up BBRV's claims.

2. He was unlucky and was shown the card by someone that honestly thought that Garry was the CEO of Amiga Inc and just went on to report his observations.

3. He knew Garry was not the CEO of Amiga Inc, but due to his working relationship with Gensei, he announced that he had seen the card and deliberately failed to also announce that he knew that Bill McEwen was still CEO. As such, he deliberately attempted to mislead the community as part of his "job".

I'm leaning towards option #1 myself, with a possibility of #2...
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 31 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by T_Bone on 26-Mar-2004 16:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Ketzer):
> Thats probably why he explained he wasnt. Which didnt stop a certain person to declare that its "old news" that Garry is the CEO.

You're forgetting that, at that time, Fleecy said they were hoping Garry *would* decide to join the company. Garry had not decided "not" to at that time. it's all in the Q&A, and Fleecy's own thread that dealt with the issue.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 32 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 26-Mar-2004 16:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Christophe Decanini):
My understanding is that a cross-platform OS is an OS running on different hardware architectures. It goes beyond running with the same CPU.
If I'm wrong then MACOSX for example coul be considered as cross-platform (running on different PPC motherboards).


C was conceived as a 'cross-platform assembler.'

The phrase is a buzzword, all it means is 'runs across platforms.' If your two platforms are two different vendors' x86 machines, with different graphics cards and chipsets, then Windows is a "cross-platform solution." If you need to go between different CPU architectures, Windows XP won't do you much good, but UNIX (POSIX) with C might be a good "cross-platform solution;" write once, compile for multiple architectures. If you want to distribute one download that runs on 'anything,' C isn't good enough, and you'll have to look to something like Python, Ruby, Java, ".NET," or Intent.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 33 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Damien McKenna on 26-Mar-2004 16:13 GMT
One question: why did AInc tell the world (and courts) for a year that they owned AOS if they had already sold it?
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 34 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by T_Bone on 26-Mar-2004 16:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 27 (Wayne Dresing, PhD.):
Why should KMOS worry about T-shirts? Let Amiga Inc clean up their own mess.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 35 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Gru on 26-Mar-2004 16:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 24 (gadget):
Because they are lying. Let me put this in simple terms.

No self respecting business man would make and hand out +CEO+ business cards for a company he had no involvement in. It just doesn't happen. This is so obvious it is painful.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 36 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 16:17 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (SlimJim):
@Slimjim
I agree that we need to move forward but scepticism is at the highest when there is so much innuendo.
Once you have read the interview you still wonder what are KMOS concrete plans.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 37 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by SlimJim on 26-Mar-2004 16:18 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Bill Hoggett):
@Bill Hoggett

I'm getting truly fed up with the constant snide remarks on AW. Why didn't Amiga.org (or one of the "free spirits" on ANN) request this interview, so as to make it "right"? Do you really think Garry Hare is that concerned about the intricities in our little world that he would have cared about what "tone" the website interviewing him has?

I suggest you setup a second, better interview with Mr. Hare. I'll be happy to read it.
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SlimJim
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 38 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Gru on 26-Mar-2004 16:18 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (Darrin):
> Oh, so KMOS are now liars and everything another certain party claims is
> still always the truth?

Have you ever heard me coment on Genesi? I thought not. Deflection will not help. By the way, yes KMOS are liars. Why has it everyone forgot McBill testified in court he was not CEO, that Garry Hare was?
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 39 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 26-Mar-2004 16:20 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Dan Boyd):
Now I believe that KMOS will be a very good thing for AmigaOS. They could be the sort of parent company that AInc never managed to become.

No disrespect intended, but I just want to marvel (er, sorry about that...) about how we could all say the same thing after Gateway.

Can we all incorporate as the National Church of the Boing and save a few bucks on our taxes?
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 40 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Darrin on 26-Mar-2004 16:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 35 (Gru):
>No self respecting business man would make and hand out +CEO+ business cards
> for a company he had no involvement in. It just doesn't happen. This is so
>obvious it is painful.

Strange. I've been given temporary business cards for companies I haven't worked for DIRECTLY, but was representing in various ways (and even email addresses and positions).
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 41 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Gru on 26-Mar-2004 16:22 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (SlimJim):
> Why didn't Amiga.org (or one of the "free spirits" on ANN) request this
> interview, so as to make it "right"?

ROFLOL! Let me cruise over to KMOS website and email Garry! Oops i forgot..
Ok let me open the phone book and call KMOS to request.. Oh yeah, forgot again!

Only Amiga Inc's inner circle of core sheet have any access to Garry Hare, do you really think this is by accident? hahaha
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 42 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 26-Mar-2004 16:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Darrin):
Was your job title CEO? ;)
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 43 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Gru on 26-Mar-2004 16:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Darrin):
> I've been given temporary business cards for companies I haven't worked for
> DIRECTLY

Were you the CEO?
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 44 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 26-Mar-2004 16:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 17 (%00):
Hi Ben, when are you going to apologise to the americans for this: http://ann.lu/comments2.cgi?show=0996236689&category=unmoderated&number=21#comment
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 45 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Sam Smith on 26-Mar-2004 16:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Bill Hoggett):
This seems to be an excellent piece of communicating to the public and, for me at least, has restored lost confidence.

Which questions in particular did you not feel was asked? Maybe we can submit them to KMOS and they can answer them? I can understand him not wanting to talk about future customers as OS4 isn't ready yet and it is likely not in their interest to go fully public.

I'm not one for any philosophical talk - but I feel that this marks a turning point in the Amiga history as a huge amount of childish crap has now been cleared up.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 46 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 16:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 32 (Joe "Floid" Kanowitz):
So according to his definition what OS is not cross-platform and why was it the main attraction to AmigaOS if all the OS are according to him cross-platform ?

C is cross-platform as it is a language running on different HW architecture and different OS (even if the code generated is not cross-platform).
I would say that Linux is cross platform. AmigaOS and OSX are not.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 47 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Darrin on 26-Mar-2004 16:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Gru):
>Have you ever heard me coment on Genesi? I thought not.

No, but I've seen enought of your one-sided rants on Amiga Inc.

>Deflection will not help.

Who is doing the deflecting? You are the one that's ignoring the other 90% of Garry's interview which raises some pretty damming questions in order to try and focus on a rather small piece of stiff paper.

> By the way, yes KMOS are liars.

Oh, well that settles it then. Thanks for that. I don't know about everyone else, but I'm convinced...

> Why has it everyone forgot McBill testified in court he was not CEO, that
> Garry Hare was?

Really? Did he say/mean he was CEO or was going to be or thought he was going to be? Who knows. Garry says he wasn't, Bill still is, so that's all the evidence I need.
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 48 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Darrin on 26-Mar-2004 16:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 42 (Darth_X):
>Was your job title CEO? ;)

ROTFL!!! Nice one :-)

(One was Senior System Supervisor, International Division... sounds good when you're trying to pick up girls!!!) ;-)
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 49 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 26-Mar-2004 16:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (Ketzer):
>Thats probably why he explained he wasnt. Which didnt stop a certain person to declare that its "old news" that Garry is the CEO.

Frankly, a guy giving out businesscards stating he is the CEO of Amiga Inc, and telling "not yet, but im very interested" .. can you really blame Buck for believing so months later?
In my eyes mr.Hare was the one who started the mess, not Buck. Admitting, Buck had this "i know better than you *wink* *wink*"-attitude when he posted about it.
This all, of course, if Hare is actually speaking the truth. Which Im not so sure of anyway.

In any case, hopefully this idiotic businesscard-thing will be put to a hole with cement over it.. Im a bit of tired of the whole bizcard-issue :)
Garry Hare Interview Now ONLINE : Comment 50 of 364ANN.lu
Posted by Christophe Decanini on 26-Mar-2004 16:31 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (SlimJim):
"I'm getting truly fed up with the constant snide remarks on AW."

And I'm getting truly fed up with AW double standards that causes these snide remarks.
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