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Re: The answer to the problem..
said by mix:I hope you realize that most words have multiple definitions, and the meaning can change based on context. The word 'rape' can be used in non-sexual ways (ie. plunder, despoil, take by force). I think most of us, including yourself, can figure out that what Rob said is not the same action as what you are implying, which I would assume to be forced sexual intercourse.
I doubt you would throw around the word rape so casually if someone you cared about has experienced this heinous crime.
MaynardKrebsHeave Steve, for the good of the countryPremium
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Look up Kanitz v. Rogers, 2002
To the best of my knowledge, this decision has NOT been overturned. It sets a VERY dangerous framework for consumers in ll manner of agreement, but especially in all forms of telecommunications services.