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Re: copyright?? ad infinitum, ad nauseum

Chick wrote:
RE:Andrew, I would really like to end this discussion and declare myself the winner, but you keep saying dumb things and I just can't stop.
Hi Chic,
I just spent at least a couple of hours putting together the best rebuttal you have ever heard.  It EASILY could have been the winning argument and then we could have put the kabash to this mind numbing chatter and ended this nonsense about you being the winner.  Unfortunately, one of my FREE pieces of software got hung up because of a network outage to with one of your HIGH-PRICE, capitalist controlled, Internet service providers and I lost the whole damn thing!  I am NOT going to take the time for a complete rewrite so I am just going to have to let you declare yourself the winner.

You da man, Chic.  You da winner and I give up.  (Stupid free software anyhow!!!)  :-)

Don't forget that beer, though.  The loser always buys, right?   Unless you tell me your favorites, you'll have to settle for Mississippi Mud.   Now, I AM going to go cry in my beer because I REALLY did spend an inordinate amount of time trying to help you come to your senses, to retreat from the Dark Side of the force... Tee Hee Hee!

(Comments on The Sudan, the American Indians, Russia, the price of salt, free enterprise; shoot... even YOU might have had to recognize that I had actually graduated from High School...:-)

Andrew Lietzow
#1 Plantsman at http://hostahaven.com
1250 41st St
Des Moines, IA 50311-2516


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