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Kni7es Donating Member (63 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Sep-03-05 04:27 PM
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113. Greater Good vs. The Letter of the Law
We're all caught up in so much red tape now, it's ridiculous. In my hometown of Frederick, MD, Jimmy Buffet sued a small-time burger joint named "Cheesburgers n' Paridise" for copyright infringement. It's not like this guy was making millions off of Buffet's song as the name of his resturaunt, and it's not like Buffet didn't have millions already, but he felt content to sue this guy.

When Mother Teresa cannot establish a homeless shelter in New York City, we have a problem in this country.
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