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Tue Jul 25 16:45:31 BST 2006
[Scene: A New York apartment. Someone knocks on the door.]
Woman: [not opening the door] Yes?
Voice: (mumbling) Mrs. Arlsburgerhhh?
Voice: (mumbling) Mrs. Johannesburrrr?
Woman: Who is it?
Voice: [pause] Flowers.
Woman: Flowers? From whom?
Voice: [long pause] Plumber, ma'am.
Woman: I don't need a plumber. You're that clever shark, aren't you?
Voice: [pause] Candygram.
Woman: Candygram, my foot. Get out of here before I call the
proper authorities. You're the shark, and you know it.
Voice: I'm only a harmless dolphin...
Woman: A dolphin? Well...okay. [opens door]
[Huge latex and foam-rubber shark head lunges through open door,
chomps down on woman's head, and drags her out of the apartment, all
while the Jaws attack music is playing.]
On 7/25/06, Peter Corlett <abuse at cabal.org.uk> wrote:
> On 25 Jul 2006, at 10:58, IvorW wrote:
> > What a mess! Seems like it depends on which state and which
> > juristiction.
> You've got to keep the landsharks in business somehow.
> > I wonder what the UK position is. We have the Sale of Goods Act,
> > and our copyright laws are different from those in the US.
> IA also NAL, but it's fair game across the whole EU to resell
> software, CDs, DVDs, etc, etc.
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