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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 1, 2001 22:44:18 UTC

"First they tell you you're wrong and they can prove it; then they tell you you're right but it isn't important; then they tell you it's important but they knew it all along."
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In the case of some ideas, it seems unnecessary to work so hard. Thanks for seeming to try to make it seem to appear as if it were, in some indirect way, important enough to be evasive about (and dangle prepositions over).

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