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Money.  Money.  And more money.  It makes the world go around.

Both sides want the requirements so that it is THEIR product that must be
used, which means they make more money.

And in case you propose that the requirements could require both, keep in
mind that such a proposal usually brings in a third party (i.e. building
owners) that will complain that they are being required to spend more
money.

Thus, money.  Money.  Money.

Regards,

Scott
Ypsilanti, MI


On Wed, 10 Sep 2003, Roger Turk wrote:

>
> I don't see why there are people on two sides of a fence arguing this
> question.
>


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