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Subject: Re: Guide to Paying for College Date: 12/19/2000 8:14 PM
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I originally posted the above message a few days ago, but it was removed by The Motley Fool. I got a warning saying that commercial solicitations were not allowed. This made no sense to me, since my message was not commercial. I was saddened by the thought that TMF was starting to behave like The Man. They seemed to be saying that it was okay to try to sell my report (via, but to give away information for free on TMF was forbidden. Perhaps they were afraid I would discourage people from selling anything at

But then I got a new email from TMF, saying they had made an error in removing my message and inviting me to repost it. So The Motley Fool is not The Man after all. Thanks, TMF, for restoring my faith in you!

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