Someone obsessed with himself/herself would speak primarily of himself/herself, ignoring what others had to say. We, on the other hand, have been speaking of open source licensing and your posts, not ourselves, so your latest claim makes no sense. Further, you specified CBBD, which does exist, and so we had faith that you were thinking of CBBD, just as you said. Mistakes are understandable, but you cannot expect others to be mind readers and automatically know when you write the wrong acronym.
Beyond that, you still have not addressed any of the points made previously, including:
-> Why you believe Cnet to disrespect open-source licenses.
-> Why you believe Bob does not want "people to know what license are not respected by CNET" when in fact it was he who told you to start a new thread on the topic.
-> Why you claim Bob "won't do the research" when he did regarding CDDB. (Even after Bob's post stating what CDDB was you accused him of not knowing what he was talking about, when you later admitted you made a mistake.)
-> What the subject of the post was that you claim was deleted.
-> Why and how you believe Cnet must "respect" all licenses, even when the company does not use the software.
In short, you've ignored every valid question raised, instead choosing to, for the most part falsely, criticize others. So, I offer the opportunity again: Clarify what you mean and state your case or move on.