Apparently trying to extort the biggest software company in the world is not as easy as you would think. A Canadian teenager, Mike Rowe, signed up the domain name MikeRoweSoft.com, leading Microsoft lawyers to demand he hand the domain over. When Rowe asked to be compensated, Microsoft lowballed him with an offer of $10. Rowe asked for $1,000, which then got those lawyers working their billable hours by sending over a 25 page letter saying he was extorting Microsoft. Oh, silly Canadian teenager. Please realize tricks are not for rabbits or kids, just gazillionaires who control the earth.