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Re: Spam:RE: application for an employment
From: Ian Scott <ian () pairowoodies com>
Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 17:56:25 -0500
On March 29, 2006 04:25 pm, Mark Gorman wrote:
But, at the same time, you don't have the right to leave the keys in your
car in a convenience store parking lot.
Yes I do. Although not an "inherent" right, it is my property.
If it is stolen you are held liable
as well for negligence.
Perhaps in countries that over regulated (mine is going that way). Now, some
insurance companies may stipulate in their policy that they won't pay for
auto theft; this however is covered by contract and has nothing to do with
rights of property or being legally held "liable."
I think everyone has a duty to protect their
A duty?? Hell, my country won't even LET me protect my own real estate
If you don't secure it properly you will be penetrated.
If I have a honeypot, I'm inviting penetration.
RE: application for an employment Craddock, Larry (Mar 30)
- RE: application for an employment, (continued)