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On Feb 28, 2009, at 2:52 AM, Scott E Maxwell wrote:

That may be 100% true, but people still do it. And if someone does it on a website that you want or need to deal with, then you have to live with it
and some how adjust for it.
Typical engineering problem--establishing the balance between the practicable and the ideal. Been at that for years. I've already done the workaround--the USPS is still alive and well. But I can't help seeking out the ideal. After 22 years of running Macs, I'm afraid I've lost some tolerance for third-best. ;->

So my Florida registration is extended for another two years. After that, maybe I'll retire.

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