I've heard a lot of people suggesting that the SEC should suspend trading of SCO shares based on the speculative press releases they've been pumping out; usually, such a suggestion is countered with a claim that the SEC doesn't bother with such things. The SEC would probably disagree, however (they maintain a complete list of recent trading suspensions as well). If the business of SCO pumping up their stock price with claims about their ownership of Linux bothers you, may I suggest filing a complaint?
We had another DSM meet over the weekend; a smaller turnout, but thanks to Albert, we should have some decent video from the cruise into the city. We got broken up after the cruise through lower Wacker, but a few of us finally ended up at Goose Island Brewery for foodstuffs and car geekery.