Meanwhile crickets on Weinstein… Attorneys for the plaintiffs in the DNC Fraud Lawsuit received good news from the 11th Circuit Court of Federal Appeals earlier today.  Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, We’ve all heard the term “Kodak Moment.” It’s a popularized phrase to describe a picture-perfect moment – one that should be forever captured on Kodak film.

Like Kleenex tissue, Kodak was once so large and popular, the company worked its way into basic lexicon. Kodak was founded in 1880 by a man named George Eastman.

He started producing dry plates (a new type of photographic plate that reduced the cost of photography) in Rochester, New York. Eventually the company adopted the razor and blades strategy of selling inexpensive cameras and making big margins on the consumables – paper, film and chemicals.

It’s hard to believe now, but Kodak was the innovator of its day. By 1976, the company accounted for 90% of film and 85% of camera sales in America.

It was known as “The Great Yellow Father.” Until the 1990’s, it was considered one of the five most valuable brands in the world (today, those brands are Apple, Google, Microsoft, Coca-Cola and Amazon). And Kodak was actually the first company to introduce the digital camera, back in 1975. Read more from zerohedge.com…

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