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Months ago, I penned YankeeSoft. Parallels between Microsoft and New York Yankees. During his keynote, Red Hat CEO Mathew Szulik–an avowed Boston Red Sox fan–tried to illustrate to Americans how they’re viewed abroad by drawing an analogy to the well-funded and dominant New York Yankees. “It’s […]

Months ago, I penned YankeeSoft. Parallels between Microsoft and New York Yankees. During his keynote, Red Hat CEO Mathew Szulik–an avowed Boston Red Sox fan–tried to illustrate to Americans how they’re viewed abroad by drawing an analogy to the well-funded and dominant New York Yankees. “It’s that organization with the really deep payroll, the deep pockets, the organization that is always winning and unwilling to share its wealth,” he said. Memo to self – send this delusional fellow the payroll for Red Sox, the Yankees contribution to the baseball exchequer, and while I am it, also remind him about the luxury tax, which was invented solely to penalize Yankees. As for Sox, lets just say, they have been trying and guess what

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