May 28, 2002
Dr. Goodclone

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It's always good to hear a cogent argument for something you wholeheartedly believe is wrong. Doubt is good. But do you really believe this statement: "Things that people don't see as beneficial are unlikely to be developed."?

Posted by tmonkey at May 28, 2002 10:37 AM
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> "Things that people don't see as beneficial are unlikely to be developed."?

Things that people don't see as beneficial are likely to be developed; they are also likely to require an advertising media spend over $20 million dollars. And that's what greases the gears. Or actually, maybe that is the gears.

Posted by: kevin slavin on May 28, 2002 12:14 PM
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