Your assertion was "Well, Carnegie isn't alive today, so your position effectively means no libraries should be built." Feel free to explain the logic behind this assertion. Thank you. I will then. I'll try to use little words here. There's no one alive today with Carnegie's wealth. Yes, Gates supports a lot of charities, but I doubt even he could afford to build or maintain a library in every town. So, reasonable citizens (hint: that's not you!) would agree that building and maintaining a library should be a function of the local government Regards, TTT. That's one of the worst displays of "logic" that I have ever seen. It obviously isn't necessary for *one* person to finance libraries in every town.If this is what passes for "logic" in your world, I guess I will cut my losses here and now. It's simply not worth the annoyance.
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