Re: Why should I be worried about the merger?
But why, given a choice, would a great violinist want to use an inferior
instrument and make music that's not as good as his best? That's the point
I'm making. Bill's S. seems to think people are upset because they'll have
to learn new tools, I believe it's because they don't want to be hampered
with a poorer set of tools.
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