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My thoughts on the matter ...Hmmmmm.

I wish I was still working, and could afford that computerized  desktop milling machine for metal.

The "genie" is out of the bottle ... there is no getting it back.

NONE WHATSOEVER.

Trying will have MANY horrible unintended consequences..

Like the Librarian said ....  "Information wants to be free!"

All the "angst" in the world by ignorant Snowflakes will not change that.

 

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