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  ** Reply to note from operator@essential.essential.org Sat, 8 Nov 1997 15:09:02 -0500 (EST)
  (excerpt from letter by Charles Kelly to NT*Pro people)
  > Millions of consumers have voted to purchase Microsoft 
  > products--almost always when other products (and often dominant and    
  > technically superior products) existed on the marketplace. 
  This is the line that always gets me.  Please explain to
  me why millions of consumers would buy a technically
  INFERIOR product that does not have a significant
  marketshare.  These millions of consumers obviously
  cannot be 
  " . . . like me (C.Kelly) who are  technically savvy and
  really do understand both the issues and the economics."
  Seems to me that these millions of consumers were lied
  to, cajoled, intimidated and otherwise overwhelmed by
  unfair practices into making the absolutely wrong
  decision.  Wht would anyone buy a technically inferior
  product for their COMPUTER!
  Team OS/2
  MoonWolf Enterprises
  Edward R. Mortimer moonwolf@earthling.net
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