More seriously, I can personally verify that the SEC's EDGAR database is essentially "always up" -- every day since 1996.
Pretty reliably since 1984 -- but certainly rock solid since 1996. . .
Whatssup with that?
As I am boxed out -- I think I'll take a long lunch at the Art Institute. . . and gaze a while. . . smile.
Updated @ 4:20 PM EST: it seems that Amazon's cloud based storage system may be the likely culprit. [Which makes me wonder -- why is a federal government financial transparency database/web-site -- upon which Wall Street must rely, for accurate quotes -- available only through... Amazon servers? Puzzling indeed.]
Now that the SEC EDGAR database is back online (whew!), you may review Kenilworth's just filed SEC Form 10-K, tonight. I may make mention of a few things hiding in the thicket of information there, tomorrow. Until then, all -- travel well, but do travel light. . . . [With a link to the sublime work referenced in the above masthead, this night.]