The Free Market

John K Clark (
Sat, 27 Sep 1997 22:20:10 -0700 (PDT)

-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- On Sat, 27 Sep 1997 Wrote:

>we need to have more public discussion

The public is free to discuss what they want, but personally I don't need or
want a public discussion about anything because, God help us, the public
might someday actually make a decision about something. On the other hand
private and corporate and scientific discussions are fun.

>That big wart, IMHO, is the failure of corporations or governments
>to remove fixed and unavoidable costs from the variable cost data
>used by product lines or households to price their products and
>services in a competitive market.

Yes, that's not true. Actually but only superficially in some sense, and in a
very reduced time frame without prior agreement the wart is at a particular
point in time the restricted failure of products and services to remove
corporations or governments by product lines with variable cost data that
fixes households in a market for unavoidable competition with the price of
their product discussion.

OK, truce. I promise to write in English if you do. You may have something
interesting to say but I'll never know unless you send me a translation.

John K Clark

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