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Re: Pee Jay says silence is golden

Subject: Re: Pee Jay says silence is golden
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 12:14:34 -0600
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On 2009-12-18, Hadron <> wrote:
> Peter Köhlmann <> writes:
>> Hadron wrote:
>>> Alan Mackenzie <> writes:
>>>> In gnu.misc.discuss Hadron <> wrote:
>>>>> Didn't Alan boldly claim that the GPL was "easy to understand"?
>>>> Yes.  The GPL is very easy to understand.  It's USA copyright law which
>>>> is hard.
>>>> The only people who find the GPL hard are those who seek a legal means
>>>> of violating it.
>>> And just about everyone that ever uses it, reads it or discusses it. I
>>> find it amazing that you keep insisting it is so easy and yet we see you
>>> embroiled in nitpicking over meaning time and time again. You're either
>>> very thick skinned or in denial.
>> "Nitpicking" are the cretins like Rjack or Alex T
>> They are either too thick to understand simple concepts, or they don't 
>> want to "understand" to keep on trolling
>> The GPL *is* simple to understand. That *you* are unable to is not 
>> surprising. You would not understand the simplest of things
> Says the closed source windows programmer who insists its ok to
> dereference a null pointer in C.
> You have zero credibility. Go away.

    Bad rhetoric isn't a sufficient argument.

        The social cost of suing/prosecuting individuals           ||| 
for non-commercial copyright infringement far outweighs           / | \
the social value of copyright to begin with.

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