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November 26, 2012

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Mark

@ Zall. Are you saying that Obama forced Kappos out? If so, that would indeed be disappointing.

doudoune north face

The end? Haha! To be honest, I don’t know. I have another EP in the works which is almost complete and a couple of remixes that are shaping up nicely.

Michael E. Zall

I feel duped (again) by the politicians. In the midst of the war of words between Romney and Obama and my indecision on my vote, I went to the AIPLA conference in DC. It dawned on me that one of the positives from the Obama term was Kappos and the improved USPTO. At the very least, I want these improvements to continue. I came home, voted for Obama and felt confident that at the very least the core of my profession would improve. Two weeks after the election I find that my vote was fraudulently obtained (a little hyperbole). Hopefully the good work by Kappos will continue. Thanks David. Do not be ashamed to change your mind.

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