Re: OT, was (Re: Kodak B&W Paper Discontinued? Good Ridence.)

From: George L Smyth ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/13/05-05:50:18 AM Z
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This left-wing tree-hugger will only say that if enough people purchased the
products that Kodak is discontinuing so that it was profitable for them to
continue, then Kodak would do the right thing to their shareholders and
continue making the products. As AZO and certain other products have fallen
out of favor to the point where it is no longer profitable to market them, then
it would be a disservice to the owners of the company (otherwise known as
shareholders) to continue with them. IMO, this is very simple logic.

Cheers -

(who still has several hundred sheets of AZO in the freezer)

--- Dave Rose <> wrote:

> Dear Richard,
> How curious that you selectively quote from what I've written yet totally
> omit Susan's earlier derivise and negative comment about capitalism. Did
> that make it easier to scold me?
> Time after time, negative and inflammatory political comments are posted to
> this list, Susan Huber's comment: "Capitalism does not work for poeple nor
> for the environment!" being a prime example.
> Given the (apparent) politically left orientation of most contributors to
> alt-photo-process, do you consider my views 'out of step' or 'politically
> incorrect'? Should I not respond while frequent (and in my consideration
> very offensive) anti-business, anti-capitalism, anti-Republican, anti-Bush,
> and anti-American comments are freely and continually posted here without
> challenge? Is this list a free exchange of ideas and opinions or not? If
> you are an official list minder, do you plan to also stifle the off-topic
> political commentary that precipitated my response?
> Best regards from Big Wonderful Wyoming,
> Dave Rose

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