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I find this viewpoint pathetic.

Either information is hoarded out of greed, or the ease by which information is obtained is disdained out of jealously.

Trying to segregate those who 'deserve' information and those who don't is a preposterous action, doomed to fail and woefully misguided. The point is to make it free, not make it earned. The whole point is dissemination. Stop worrying about whether someone is getting off easier than you got off and start contributing.

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in thread Beware the Trolls! by dmmiller2k

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