But they are. (You can tell white folks at a trot, because they all like Spamalot.)
Most of the code snippets are very generic, as though SCO were claiming to own basic coding.
It's sad, in a way. IBM, Novell, and the entire Linux community were dragged through the courts for seven years over this? Really? Really. And for much of that time open source, as a concept, was under a cloud of legal suspicion, a cloud the McBrides would still like imposed on it.
Their case is worse than Bilski's, and even the Robert Supreme Court saw fit to throw out those claims (even if they left the rest of us hanging).
It's like Spamalot with non-traditional casting. Maybe Lawrence Fishburne as King Arthur. (And Fishburne in Spamalot is a much better idea than the McBride jihad.)
Can we finally let this story go?