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Re: XandroSoft Sellout Talks About the "Intellectual Property" Deal

On Sep 1, 3:06 am, Roy Schestowitz <newsgro...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> ____/ [H]omer on Saturday 01 September 2007 04:00 : \____
> > Verily I say unto thee, that Roy Schestowitz spake thusly:
> >> Xandros CEO AndreasTypaldos: Getting Along With Redmond
> > This AndreasTypaldosis quite an elusive character. He must be the only
> >  tech CEO out there without even a single photograph anywhere on the
> > Web. Does he even really exist?
> I tried to do research about him as well. Nothing.
> > Can anyone link to a photo?
> [sarcasm] Could be another one of those hijackers like the MS GMs that seized
> XenSource or the guy from Mexico, without a degree, who took on KDE with .NET,
> using some financial backing. *sigh*
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Also found this:



The chief founders of Computron were NCLC chief of staff Gus Kalimtgis
and his close friend Andy Typaldos. Kalimtgis was the silent partner,
although his wife was the office manager and signed the checks. In the
computer world Computron seemed to be just another business, and
Typaldos just another hustling salesman. But Typaldos was a member of
the NCLC national committee, where he used the pseudonym ''Andreas
Reniotis." His wife, Rene, was one of the LaRouchians arrested for
allegedly kidnapping Alice Weitzman in 1974. His sister-in-law, Janice
Hart, later became briefly famous as the LaRouchian candidate who won
the Illinois secretary of state primary in 1986.

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