From: Max More <email@example.com>
>>At 12:13 PM 2/21/01, Brian Williams wrote:
>>No, What Heston did was call Time-Warner on profiteering on
>>Ice-T's song. He called into question their ethics.
>Agreed. He used an ethical means to stand up for his values.
>>How about this, what about the family of a slain police officer
>>suing Ice-T for instigating the killing?
>Have to disagree here. The killer made their own choices. Ice-T
>may be ethically repulsive but they did not plan the killing and
>they did not make it happen. Boycotting and moral criticism are
>appropriate here, suing is not.
I was not claiming this position, just playing devil's advocate to
provoke discussion. I agree wholeheartedly with you on this.
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