On Mar 15, 2014, at 6:09 PM, GS Chandy <email@example.com> wrote:
> Examine your post referred in that thread started by Nathan, and you will find it is ALL 'lawyerly phrasing'! Would you like to take a small 'challenge' on that?
Then point out the elements that are ?lawyerly phrased?. It says that you solicited funds and you continue to solicit funds. Is this untrue? Does it say that these funds are for trying the software? Does it even mention trying the software? If that was my intent, wouldn?t I have written something to that effect instead? Like, beware, if you try the software he will try to charge you for it.
What exactly do you mean by ?lawyerly phrased?? Saying exactly what I meant, no more and no less?