It appears as if Derrick Gilliland <email@example.com> wrote:
|Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 11:17:22 -0700
|From: Al Villalobos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Subject: RE: Extropia Now - life extension
|>Here's a link to T. Parr's earlier paper on insulin
|>exposure and ageing:
|>Unfortunately, this publisher (Elsevier?) charges a
|>fee. Does anyone know someone who has a password
|>to this site?
|Could you please explain to me what's unfortunate about a free market
|working? You should be ashamed of asking for a password, the publisher has
|a right to profit from their information, and what you propose is
|rationalized theft (unethical).
It _doesn't_ work in this case.
The ``free market'' forgot apparently to inform the prospesctive customers
where to get the password. The ``contact'' works like a black hole: mail
goes in, nothing comes out.
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