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Re: Copyright Misuse Doctrine in Apple v. Psystar

From: amicus_curious
Subject: Re: Copyright Misuse Doctrine in Apple v. Psystar
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2009 09:59:01 -0500

"David Kastrup" <> wrote in message 85k57iua3r.fsf@lola.goethe.zz">news:85k57iua3r.fsf@lola.goethe.zz...
"amicus_curious" <> writes:

"David Kastrup" <> wrote in message
"amicus_curious" <> writes:

"David Kastrup" <> wrote:
"amicus_curious" <> writes:

but that is meaningless to me.

Laws don't depend on you seeing a meaning in them.

Who is talking about the law?

The judges, and you can read in the subject title that this thread is
about laws and their interpretation in court.

Well that subject line was long ago.  What I am saying is the the SFLC
and its client BusyBox are just wasting the world's time.  Perhaps
they have a legal right to do that, but it is still nonsense and at
the end of the day they will be remembered as being egotistical fools
who just wasted the people's time.

Do you happen to have a mirror at home?  It is a common reflective
household item.  Just curious.

The walls in the bathrooms here are covered with them. It is not a pretty sight sometimes, but you have to comb your hair and shave now and then. Are you suggesting that looking into a mirror is egotistical? Personal vanity in private does not obtrude on others, so it is unlikely to bring censure.

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