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It's futile to argue with Thom as he really seems not to understand the difference between copying and stealing, Pablo style.
When you copy, then you create a thing that is indistinguishable from the original, usually you do that without any innovation, inspiration, knowing the "why" and etc. It's plagiarism.
When you steal, Pablo style, opposed to the usual sense of the word, you copy the innovation, inspiration, and knowing the "why" to create your own product.
It's copying the origin of the product, the idea, or part of it, not the product itself.
At least that's what I understood.
May Thom forgive me.