Ron Resnick (resnick@actcom.co.il)
Wed, 6 Aug 1997 14:01:00 +0300 (EET DST)

Brian A. LaMacchia wrote:
>"The Exemption's brother"
>P.S. Don't you love how a carefully-crafted balance, made by Congress over
>a couple hundred years, now becomes "an exemption"?

Yeah, I was wondering about that.
Occam got a Razor. Newton got some Laws. Heisenberg got an Uncertainty
Principle. Judge Stearns got a Decision. LaMacchia got an Exemption.
And all I got was this lousy tee-shirt.

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should seem simple because it reflects the structure of the problem,
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