On Tue, Jan 13, 2004 at 06:22:31PM +0000, Henning Makholm wrote: > Scripsit Branden Robinson <email@example.com> > > > I'm tired of this argument. You can interpret that as capitulation if > > that's important to you. We appear to have divergent premises. You > > regard trademark saber-rattling as potentially a friendly act. > > That is a deliberately falsified and misleading statement of my > position. No -- it's your right to say it is an incorrect statement of your position, but as for "deliberately falsified and misleading"...I'll thank you to get your defective mind-reading device the hell out of my skull. > I'm saying that I do not see any evidence of saber-rattling > happening in this case. That's manifestly different from saying that > saber-rattling is friendly in those cases where it does exist. Fine. As I said, I'm tired of arguing over the correct reading of tea leaves with you. For all I know, it's perfectly rational for you to cope with trademark law as lightly as I think you do. -- G. Branden Robinson | "Why do we have to hide from the Debian GNU/Linux | police, Daddy?" firstname.lastname@example.org | "Because we use vi, son. They use http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | emacs."
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