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Re: Epson 1280/ MIS Perpetual Color Ink



Sorry.  I should have eliminated Mr. Langston's name and left my reply on a
purely hypothetical basis.

The ultimate issue seems to be whether an illegal or unethical act is
acceptable if the likelihood of repercussion is limited.

I maintain that it is not, regardless of so-called "real-world" standards.
Quite simply, if it feels wrong - it is.  No matter how one justifies
getting around something, it smacks of rationalization in achieving one's
own agenda.

On this list and others I have found that the overwhelming majority of
professional photographers and artists adhere to a stringent code of
ethical - and legal - conduct.

As far as the "tongue-in-cheek social commentary" is concerned, the
tongue-in-cheek part did not come through although the social commentary
part did.

Konrad Poth
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----- Original Message -----
From: <CDTobie@aol.com>
To: <kpoth@bellsouth.net>; <epson-inkjet@leben.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2002 8:10 AM
Subject: Re: Epson 1280/ MIS Perpetual Color Ink


>
> In a message dated 6/11/02 6:50:18 PM, kpoth@bellsouth.net writes:
>
> >I agree with Mr. Tobie.  Because so many break the speed limit does not
> >make
> >
> >it right, nor does ripping off someone else just because you can get by
> >with
> >
> >it.  How would Mr. Langston feel if it was his work that was being
stolen?
>
> Lets not make this personal; Mr Langston was making a tongue-in-cheek
social
> commentary, not personally advocating anarchy.
>
> C. David Tobie
> Design Cooperative
> CDTobie@designcoop.com
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