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Couldn't resist sharing this flowchart...I refer to it once in a while and
it really helps calibrate the compass, so to speak.   :) Thanks, Molly

http://www.shouldiworkforfree.com/


On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 12:47 AM, Barry K. MacKay <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Two of the things confuse Canadians…why Americans don’t want the
> government to help protect them against the effects of disease and illness
> (but seem to have no problem with obscene amounts to protect them from the
> vastly less dangerous and widespread threat of terrorists…a minute fraction
> of one percent of what illness does in terms of hurting Americans, killing
> them, and damaging them economically), and the other is why our own
> increasingly fanatical leader seems to want to emulate that.
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> There are quite a few other things…but, if I mention them I’ll get accused
> of (a) being anti-American (I’m not, anything but, in fact) and (b) someone
> will complain that I’m way too far off topic.    One does not want
> collusion, but I can’t imagine how telling people how much you earn for a
> given job equals anything like powerful companies getting together to fix
> prices, or how telling people what they can say constitutes free speech…up
> here who would care?.
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> Are not artists usually among the freest and the most enterprising of free
> enterprisers?
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> Barry
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> *Barry Kent MacKay*
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> *Bird Artist, Illustrator*
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> *From:* SciArt-L Discussion List-for Natural Science Illustration-
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Bruce Bartrug
> *Sent:* May-04-14 8:29 PM
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> *Subject:* Re: [SCIART] Work for free is not confined to art
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> The wiles and wherefores of law are often confounding.  Back in the 80's
> hospitals and community pharmacies started banding together in groups so
> they could receive lower (bulk) prices from wholesalers.  Nope.  Price
> fixing.  It almost took an act of Congress (this was when Congress was
> still able to act) to allow this process to continue.
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> Freedom of speech?  I didn't know you lived in Europe.
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> :)b
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> On Sun, May 4, 2014 at 7:18 PM, Catherine Wilson <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
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> Is it collusion if it is posted publicly? (Which is what I'm thinking of
> doing now.) Can it be price fixing if its many prices from many sources
> that are all personal data points? I want to look deeper into this.
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> Um and what about freedom of speech?
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