True, they are too separate points but are related in that it will
take both commodity status and total necessity before it can be
treated as such.

On 11/9/05, Butch Evans <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, RickG wrote:
> >I agree with George. Internet access is practically a necessity
> >now, especially for businesses. It wont be much longer and
> >broadband will be expected in order to do any kind of business. It
> >may not be for survival of your life, but certainly it will hurt
> >you financially.
> Sounds like you agree with what I said, too.  However, whether it is
> a necessity or not does not make it a "commodity" item that has to
> be available in ALL locations like water/gas/electricity. (Sewer
> services do not extend into the county areas in most cases, for
> example.)
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> Butch Evans
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> Bernie, MO
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