Bill Huffman wrote about the proprietor of a certain school: > [He] is great at arguing. The more [he] posts the more > convinced I am that [he] is the a great owner of a degree mill." I beg to differ. What makes a mill owner great? Surely the lucrativeness of the mill. So at the top of the heap would be the rabbi who owns that boiler-room in Romania. Is that rabbi here, arguing with us? No, he's too smart. Instead of arguing with anyone, he's laughing all the way to the bank. Anyone who spends his time here, arguing, is either sincere or a fool. The more that rabbi keeps his silence, the more I'm convinced that he's a great mill owner.