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Re: [newtech-1] first videos of iPhone (plagiarizer) - Android. full screen

From: Asif Y.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 3, 2008 2:02 PM
Jim wrote:
>
> I find this topic to be remarkably similar to what's happening in big 
> pharm. Everyone wants big pharm to save lives (and make everyone 
> happy) by investing heavily in R&D. But as soon as they come up with 
> something that works, everyone wants consumers to be able to buy it 
> for manufacturing cost, maybe from Canada. I don't see how this adds 
> up in the long run.
>
> +J (the lone libertarian in San Francisco)

I don't see how the two thoughts oppose each other. Both seem to work 
fine in a libertarian mindset. Could you explain how it doesn't "add up"?

You might want to make sure to explain how a libertarian philosophy is 
supposed to work out in the long run, since I'm fairly certain that a 
libertarian state is the precursor to an eventual state of anarchy anyway.

-Asif

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