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Posted by Harvey on March 13, 2002 13:11:22 UTC


You can be both brilliant and lack content in your posts. What I mean by lacking content is that you do not form coherent discussions that carry an argument to its fruition (although lately you have started to do so). What frustrates me about you (as I was with Alex) is that you don't try. For example, I know that Alex had the ability to argue indepthly, but he gained a reputation for citing trite dogmatic statements (e.g., math=physics, etc). This was clearly a lack of content for a brilliant individual. Unfortunately it appears that Alex grew weary of this forum, so he has apparently moved on (a great loss for us).

Whereas a dogmatic view limited Alex, I'm afraid that what limits your view is something that is overpowering you and that has made you ill. I'm sorry if you don't have enough money to help yourself in the situation. The nature of this illness gains little sympathy (bcz it interferes with human relationships). I wish I knew more about where to point you, but I am not aware of any free resources (although I can only guess that if you are resourceful you will find those resources).

Take care, Harv

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