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Re: Glad to Be Back!

I. T. Johnson wrote:
> Greetings to all our friends and acquaintances on the two hosta robins!
>  Joanne and just returned Wednesday evening from three weeks in Florida
> --  nice and warm, and we got to take care of our sixth (and last?)
> grandchild for ten days.  He's eight months old; I know he must be cute
> because even perfect strangers in the elevator say he looks like me.
> I was able to make my way through 794 e-mail messages yesterday.  It
> took all day.  I think I now know more than I want to know about vole
> traps, labels, doggies and index cards, and a great deal of other
> subjects, including plagiarism.  I do enjoy reading the messages every
> day, and I feel I'm getting to know lots of you nice people.
> What exactly are we supposed to do with all the information on both
> sides of the alleged plagiarism?  The AHS can apply certain sanctions, I
> suppose, not us.  I think plagiarism is a tort, not a crime; thus the
> complainant needs to show financial loss in order to seek money damages
> (in the World Court?).  The postings I read yesterday were almost
> embarrassing because one of the parties is so overmatched.  Enough
> already, please.
> Peace, and warm weather, to all of you!
> Irwin Johnson
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