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Posted by M.W.Pearson on February 3, 2002 06:13:38 UTC

Alex didn't show me where I was wrong
... as far as I could see, he might be capable
but really didn't go to all the trouble of doing that. So, that statement of yours is too generous to him and ignores that most of what he said was just silly mild invective.
I call it mild because I've seen and heard much worse. And if Dr. Seuss-a was too harsh with you
maybe it was a tempest in a teapot. Your fine senstitive communication temperament is not always matched by an equal amount of rigor...to put it mildly. Also, what you said, in order of posts, left me with the impression you maintain a double standard and also that you felt my logic was just beneath the need to refute, hence your excusing Alex from responsibility for doing any mental work. A word from you, and perhaps he would have addressed me logically. But you signalled him he was licensed to drive wildly...
okay, you're not responsible for his posts, nor were his posts so terribly offensive, except when he wrongfully accused the United States of crimes not committed and in magnitudes only a brainwashee would have believed.

well, i do go on... see ya?
Warm
Mike

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