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DeeGor

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  1. It just keeps getting better and better. Virtuapin is now counter suing the attorney that is coming after him. In his countersuit he's claiming that the allegations made against him are hurting his business. His loss in business has nothing to do with him reassuring all the predator buyers that the license was legit, when it obviously wasn't. Here's the countersuit. It's a long one. https://images.pinside.com/2/4c/71/24c711be64b074d54aa049cee70c2342daf055f2.pdf
  2. Well, Paul managed to get the default judgement set aside with the "My lawyer doesn't follow the rules, so don't blame me" defense. The case is still alive, and he will now have to defend his actions in court, which will be entertaining. Here's the audio of the court hearing that happened today..
  3. It looks like Virtuapin is trying to get the default judgement thrown out. https://images.pinside.com/1/ef/9b/1ef9b54d1e7e68b700335764828ac07d31222f92.pdf The Trustee responded and ripped him a new one, which was amusing. #13 is interesting in that it is alleged that Virtuapin took multiple checks from Skit-B on the same day. IRS avoidance by depositing smaller amounts? https://images.pinside.com/c/fc/0f/cfc0fef61d04c74b5b5bda6c43c4c78f1fe4d340.pdf https://images.pinside.com/f/1c/02/f1c024479b8abae3f65d13191eeea708da2b6d3a.pdf
  4. I don't know if he makes that much money on memberships. I gotta imagine that well is drying up. Kevin kept no receipts for anything, kept no emails on anything, and didn't even file for a business license. He handed out no W2's for "employees" aka friends, and even bought the house he's currently living in right before he tried to declare bankruptcy. Naturally he put it in his wife's name and pulled himself off any documentation. You can view all this information on the pinside thread here: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/the-official-pinside-skit-b-predator-discussion Here are some of the allegations mentioning Virtuapin: https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/the-official-pinside-skit-b-predator-discussion/page/252#post-3521164
  5. No clue where it'll end up, but it is entertaining to watch.
  6. Yeah, VPF is pretty much an advertisement website for Virtuapin. It will be interesting to see how this unfolds.
  7. That's some pretty serious money. I'm surprised he did a no show to the summons and ended up where he's at now. Maybe he didn't have an answer to the question "You were given $155,000 and you only produced a small handful of cabinets. What cost so much?"
  8. Looks like Virtuapin just got handed a default judgement against them to the tune of $155,000. This all stems from the Predator pinball fiasco. Ouch. https://images.pinside.com/c/c8/7e/cc87e910deab4ce1a5a1812007656c107c4c2947.pdf
  9. DeeGor

    Tamfest 2016

    It was a blast. Great food, great friends and shitloads of pinball. Amazingly, I even survived Detroit.
  10. Very cool interview Mameman. Sounds like exciting things are happening.
  11. The license in the end dictates whether you can or can't redistribute the software for commercial purposes. Your second highlight mentions the ability of restricting on how they can use the software. That doesn't have anything to do with whether they can sell it or not. There are many licenses that are considered open source. I'm fairly confident this would be an open and shut case, because the license specifically says "Redistributions may not be sold, nor may they be used in a commercial product or activity".
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