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I don even wear glasses. I just saying, it more on governing bodies for allowing corporations to do these things than it is on the corporation for actually doing it. If we don take preventative measures to stop companies buying out competitors and the like, then we can act surprised and appalled when it happens and creates a worse market for the consumers.
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