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Somehow over the last several posts my post has gone from just a few lines about a philosophical terminology issue to my being a fool for only using past experience as a guide(?). Did I ever say that I would not continue to survey the current markets for better investment opportunities or that I would not continually study the companies I am invested in? Frankly, I'm somewhat insulted that you guys would think that I stupid enough to do such things just because I disagree with you on the nature of one of a score of different investment metrics. This is kind of like WEB's stance; buy with a plan to hold forever but sell if you sense a change in the company you dislike or find a better investment opportunity.

Anyway, all I'm saying is you guys read a little too much into my post.

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