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Ok Iam sorry for posting a node that is just bringing up a topic that has allready been discussed. Had I done searching to see if a node on this very subject existed then I would have not written it. But I will say this, sometimes (the sick and twisted person Iam) I like to post things in forums (PM discussion is a forum in a sence) that may not go along with my views, but I feel that the topic would bring alot of feedback and generate some good discussion. So all in all if this topic not been brought up all ready I think this node would be a good post but as it is right now it is nothing more than fodder :)

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