August 12, 2012, 5:03 am
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“In the midst of the words he was trying to sayIn the midst of his laughter and gleeHe silently and quietly vanished awayFor the snark was a boson, you see” – Paraphrased

In November of 2009 I was informed that sections of this web page had been illegally reproduced without permission by artist Seth Price through Leopard Press. The author Fredric Rice (that is me) has put forth a great many hours and much effort creating this web page, and The Skeptic Tank has not authorized any commercial usage of the text offered below and does not assume liability or responsibility for content that is reproduced elsewhere.

This information is offered in to the public domain however it is copyrighted by Fredric L. Rice who grants permission for some or all of the text to be used elsewhere for non-commercial purposes only, something I should probably have repeatedly underscored back in 1997 when the web page was first published.

Now I find out that my work is once again being stolen and sold by people calling themselves “Printed Matter” and I have a Los Angeles law firm writing up the papers to sue them in Los Angeles hopefully in March or perhaps April depending upon the law firm’s schedules.

I need to reiterate this: I own the copyright to this work. I wrote every word, this is my work and people do not have the right to sell it! You may not charge people for this work! You may not charge fees, copy fees, printing fees, mailing fees, you may not exchange goods, money, or services in the distribution of my work!


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