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July 02, 2012


Silicon Valley? They can't be serious. I retired and got out of there. Taxes, traffic and cost of living are atrocious. They aren't going to recruit anybody at a GS-13 pay level.

I called the new patent offices in Denver and Silicon Valley, but Dallas is a surprise. Makes sense, though. Any measure that stands to help reduce the patent backlog and improve the US economy is welcome, in my book.

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