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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 9, 2002 21:31:11 UTC

Ya wrote:
"I said that only once when you completely avoided the subject..."

You've said many times in many ways that I
avoid topics, change the subject, can't post content, can't handle the truth.

Does "once" mean "many times" in your definition? If so, then we agree... and it would help clear up the question we have about numbers of persons who, regretfully, have lost their lives in history through the intention or negligence of others.
Though you suggested I am schizophrenic or have multiple personalities, I still believe somewhere in your makeup is an honest, perceptive, and logical thinker.

You probably do not mean,
" Once is about the same as many times. "
You might not say "to sin in any religion is about the same as a civil crime, and extreme religious zealots are about the same as honest civil law enforcement officers, and so may conspire freely against 'sinners' with a clear conscience."
It's a satiric point. Unless we measure how much blur is introduced through our casual use of the language, we will have no idea how far astray we've gone from describing or accurately estimating the material truths of a matter.

If you can refute that a quantification of blur is necessary if we are allowing any blur at all,
I'd like to read it.

Thanks for thanking me.


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