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BRM wrote:

Directly from the FSF, authors of the GPL. You must have a copy of the
offer in order to be entitled to receipt of the source.

It's amazing how you distort arguments to keep your own perspective.

What the GPL says is that whoever gives you a copy of the program is also
obliged to give you the written offer.
They can not be separated.

"your friend must give you a copy of the offer along with a copy of the

I don't understand how you can quote something that says the opposite of
what you are trying to prove!

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