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no free time

Is this a paying gig? It does not appear to be from your website.

The only reason I can see to spent my free time reading patent applications and search for prior known art would be if I had a vested interest in busting that application. Who is going to spend their spare time (is there such a thing?) searching odd business methods, complicated clutches or simple widgets when there are plenty of paying jobs for this sort of work? My rare spare time is meant for fishing.

In my opinion I just don't see how this will work for the thousands of applications filed. I just see the few special interest applications getting over reviewed with the majority of applications being left untouched.

Can someone please explain the error of my thinking?

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