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(Edited. Was with spelling misteak: aloan)
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||I never give out loans to patentable ideas. Or
perhaps you meant loam?
||//when things get out of hand// I like the absence of "if" from this statement, sir!
||After WWII, when my mother came to Toronto she learned
in school that ea is to be read ee. When her mother, who
previously taught English in Romania, prepared steak and
pronounced it Stake, my mother who was then around 11
years old argued with her that you should pronounce it
||The thing is, the person that has the real solution, for perfect success , may be outside the NDA pool. Pot luck I guess.
||Just rephrase the seminal idea as a wacking halfbakery trope and only the knowing will know.