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Re: Microsoft vs. Justice Department

  ** Reply to note from machan@chapman.edu Sun, 2 Nov 1997 13:54:10 -0500 (EST)
  > Sounds like a lot of folks here just do not like it that they didn't get in the game early
  > enough and had the support from the public as those who did. Now I am not an expert on all
  > the details but even reading through the complaints all I can detect is disgruntlement at
  > -- not any bona fide cheating, deception, coercion, etc., on the part of -- Microsoft.
  > Court cases do not count in my book because the law is completely corrupt as far as
  > dealing with market competition is concerned. People are convicted of loan sharking, for
  > example, and that is no real crime at all since it means no more than charging high
  > interest in a risky venture. People are convicted of prostitution, which also is no real
  > crime. Anti-trust rulings, in general, have nothing to do with real crimes but with belly
  > aching that politicians and their appointees cater to.
  Oooo boy!  We got a winner here folks!  (oh yes, speaking for myself only)
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