>From: "Ross A. Finlayson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Plainly put, there is plenty to go around for everybody, but the people who
>it don't give it away for free, and if they did there wouldn't be enough.
That is not a logical statement. How can there be "plenty to go around for
everybody" but only if it is *not* shared? Either there is enough for
everyone, or there is not. If there is truly "plenty" to go around for
everybody, that would not change if those in possession shared what they
>There is enough for everyone on the planet to have a meal each day.
Maybe you eat less than I do, but for me and my family one meal a day
doesn't equate to *plenty* to go around for everybody.
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