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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 11, 2002 19:34:51 UTC


In other words, you think the other person
runs low on logic and sloppily chooses words.

Stormy wrotes:

"Why was the Library of Alexandria allowed to burn, destroying an incredible amount of knowledge and setting civilization back an estimated 1000 years?

Sad am i that they burned the library... yet if you know civilization was set back 1000 years, then you must know both the contents and can quantify how they would have influenced history. That's more than persons know about today's libraries.

Stormy wrotes:
I ask, if God really loves intelligent life, why ..."

I don't sense an equation in this paragraph. It's a little hazy what you mean....
So, you're saying to any Creator of Galaxies
( who might be complimented a little first on the work)
"If You loved me, you'd . . ."
which is what they warn teenage girls that boys will say to get them into a hot situation.


I posted tentative definitions and I think you were around the list shortly thereafter..
Did you read them?

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