I can't prove my claims with perl code!
So I don't think this is a good forum
for debate of legal issues,
and I'm truly sorry that I
brought it up in the first place.
There are some very nice links at
on marketing warfare, which is the concept that
I was thinking about in my original post. They include
many of the ideas that have been discussed in your outline
and some of the responses. The site also has information
about legal concepts in tort law, good faith, etc.
They also mention why the marketing warfare books
are now on the discount rack.
I also confess to having been ignorant of your
involvement with the military and I apologize if my
remarks were inappropriate. I am a big fan of
your writing and wish you continued success with it.
It should work perfectly the first time! - toma
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