From: Kai Becker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jan 08 2002 - 06:17:16 MST
Am Dienstag, 8. Januar 2002 09:12 schrieb John Clark:
> Consider your average slum in the USA, government supplies the schools,
> private enterprise supplies the automobiles. There are far more good cars
> than good schools in that slum. Why do you suppose that's true?
Hm. Because good schooling costs more than good cars? Because people invest
more in good cars than in good schooling? Because the amount invested by
the government for schools is less than people want to spend on their cars?
Because cars as broken as the public school system wouldn't drive at all?
Now, why do you think that these two variables are related?
-- == Kai M. Becker == email@example.com == Bremen, Germany == "Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced"
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