Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/09/05

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From: mark at (Mark Rabiner)
Date: Sun Sep 5 19:29:01 2004

On 9/5/04 9:28 AM, "Dan C" <> typed:

> A significant market share of an empty market doesn't amount to much.
> -dan c.
> At 10:44 AM 05-09-04 -0400, Jesse Hellman wrote:
>> "'Despite the decline in the monochrome market the
>> business has a very significant market share,' said
>> Les Ross of Grant Thornton."
Not an empty market but a Nietzsche market.

You know that guy who said "God Is D E D"?

And Leitz is dead to of course they've been telling us for decades.
Then Leica.
Dead Dead Dead. Beating a dead horse here. A dead horse of a different

Leica being in that market of that famous German philosopher we should on
this list not be so foreign to the concept of a Nietzsche market.

Nietzsche markets rule!

Thus Spake Rabathustra

Mark Rabiner
Portland Oregon

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