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Unfortunate Change at Tidyville...

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Written by Road Star Clinic Staff   
Wednesday, 08 March 2006

Most of you already know that the Road Star Clinic keeps a copy of Mr Tidy's original website here on our server.  It is at http://tidyville.roadstarclinic.com. We keep this website as a tribute to the incredible work and inspiration of Mr. Tidy in starting the site and inspiring us to create this one.

We have recently recieved a demand from Yamaha Motor Coporation with regard to the "Parts Diagram" section, and the "Yamaha Service Bulletin" section. It is Yamaha's opinion that the inclusion of those sections, and thier materials, constitutes copyright infringement upon them, and they have asked us to remove them.

We apologize to all for any inconvenience this may cause, we simply are not in a position to fight them on this.

The sections have been removed as of today (March 8, 2006).



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