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RE: [at-l] Saddleback
On Fri, 20 Aug 1999, Walt Daniels wrote, in part,
> In the Saddleback case the landowner is willing to sell but at a price way
> above the appraisal. This seems to fit the prostitute model above very well.
Does it mean, then, that WF et al are defending the virtue of a
prostitute? If so, purism, in this case, creates an unintended pimp who
bids up the price of social/economic intercourse.
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