Well, Binko, as the subject of eokobs is about products that entertain and-or educate and not world hunger my point is made. Bad analogy.Regarding copyright lengths, again, we're not talking about world hunger. It makes no difference to the welfare of the world if one of my books stays out of public domain for 20 years, 50 years or 200 years. It just means people will have to pay $2.99 for a few years more for a book hardly a world-shaking problem, I think the world can manage. This might be an issue for a new derivation of emissions-free engine, or a new safety device for a vehicle, but not for a book. Another bad analogy.And this industry is full to the brim with bad analogies; you can't get past them to talk about the real problems. We've been experiencing a 15-year-long pie-fight over eokobs. And the only solution anyone wants to present is more pie recipies.