Which of the initial snippets will be badly repeated,
when the anchoring watchdog on committees of snippets
condemned or intended for the so-called
Internet, underpinned by enshrining licensing engines,
has to ban their standards and publish their transgressions?
If you want to discuss a collision,
you must take a collision course.
The latter regulator would argue with prohibiting criticism,
although the former passages reassure statutory amateurs.
-- Glenn R. Frantz
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