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Re: One and only reply

LakesideRM@aol.com wrote:

> Third the topic being discussed was someone putting a plant in TC that they
> did not develop.  I have never in my life put someone else's plant in TC.

Hi Mary
	But the bottomline is regenerating someone's plants without paying a
royalty. I am sure Bill Gates doesn't want to hear if you duplicate his
software 10 times or a million times, it still is duplicating it without
a royalty. I am sure I have seen a catalog of your's where you sold
other's plants and I would quess you got them by duplicating/dividing
them. Like Chick said this is the system and until it gets changed there
isn't much that will change or can be done about it.


                Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 
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