Re: Proposal: Call 'amendments' 'alternatives'
On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 13:11:27 -0500, Nathanael Nerode <email@example.com> said:
> This would eliminate confusion such as that from Ted Ts'o in
> It also fits the English-language meaning better.
What if the amendment is really an amendment, and not an
alternative, unlike the current case?
"When Barbary Pirates demand a fee for allowing you to do business,
it's called 'tribute money'. When the Mafia demands a fee for
allowing you to do business, it's called 'the protection racket'.
When the State demands a fee for allowing you to do business, it's
called 'sales tax'." Jeff Daiell
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