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"is warranted by the "dire consequences" that can result (patent unenforceability)."

I must have missed the memo on how a sheet of paper that costs ~2k$ not preventing others from execising their freedoms in a free land is a "dire consequence". On the contrary...

Dear 6:

If you lived in my neighborhood, do you think you'd have the right to sit in my yard without my permission?

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