In theory, you're right. However, putting a cap of 20 people, then charging for anything over 20 is profiting directly from Circle--the people are paying money to play CircleMUD. On Netcom, AOL, Genie, etc the people are paying for access to a service that lets them do many things, one of those being establish remote connections to other machines. -ads|lc -My horse for a kingdom!
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