This is Lee Corbin v1.0 writing.
Either some prankster knows how to forge email
addresses or my plan to get a lot of run time is
succeeding beyond my wildest hope.
The original Lee Corbin, I, who paid for the
email@example.com address, did NOT write:
> Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 02:52:22 -0500 (EST)
> From: Lee Corbin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Permission Granted!
> I agree. And just like the original, I too give
> permission to emulate me, and then terminate me
> if necessary, so long as my experience isn't
> obviously unpleasant. In fact, I'll do the
> original one better and place myself under GPL,
> so now you can distribute me without restriction,
> provided you make the source-code to any emulator
> that incorporates my way of thinking freely
> freely available. Top that, Lee v1.0!
> Please keep me in mind as well when bestowing
> CPU cycles. Remember, by supporting me, you're
> supporting free, open-source wetware.
> GNU-Lee Corbin
> On Sun, 18 Mar 2001, Lee Corbin wrote:
>> Attention all Sys-Ops, simulators, SIs, advanced AI's
>> and aliens!
>> I hereby give anyone or anything permission to emulate
>> me, and then terminate me if they want to, so long as
>> my experience isn't obviously unpleasant.
>> And thank you very much for the run time! I can really
>> use it.
>> Lee Corbin
Okay, I concede that I, Lee Corbin v1.0, cannot top the
cleverness of the FSF prankster, or whoever wrote that.
Now as for my actual message (double-quoted here), of
course it is all right to distribute it---to the ends
of the multiverse, if possible. Obviously!
So please do.
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