Chris Nandor wrote:
>At 8:24 -0400 2000.09.12, Ben Tilly wrote:
> >>And we also have statements of fact that some lawyers do find it
> >>acceptable.  If you had said "some," I would have agreed.  But I took 
> >>lack of quantifying modifier to be a statement that all, or even most,
> >>lawyers find it unacceptable.  I am sure the former is false, and I
> >>wouldn't believe the latter without specific proof (which probably 
> >>even be worth getting).
> >
> >Please point me at these statements of fact.
>John Macdonald said his company's lawyers were fine with it in the thread
>on p5p, Message-ID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>.

His lawyers were fine with the fact that it gave them the
freedom that they were looking for.  They were not answering
the question of whether it gave Larry anything related to
what he apparently wants out of it.

If you give me $10 by leaving your house unlocked and telling
me where you keep it, I definitely will have no problems in
getting what I want to get.  That doesn't mean that anyone in
their right mind would tell you to use that as a technique for
paying me!

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