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Posted by Mike Pearson on April 2, 2002 03:07:22 UTC

Hi Bye for now Aurino
You wrote:

"when it comes to being civilized Harv leaves you in the dust. "

Response: Do you know either of us? Wouldn't it be necessary to know both of us to make such a broad judgement if you respect the caution of science? Thank you for feeding me this line but I might not perform very well on this as I am reluctantly going elsewhere in search of good correspondence.

Aurino wrote:

I don't know what you have told him that upset him so much,

Really...that information, if it exists, is freely available in the archives and would include what Harv said to me. It is clear Harv had good rapport with the host a few months ago. I can't swear Harv is not a family member or something.
Anyway, Aurino, it seems unseemly :) to make a judgement like that without even looking it up.

Aurino wrote:
but I can tell you for sure that I have never seen Harv treat anyone the way he treats you.

How well DO you know Harv? Btw someone here was saying Harv is the wisest person here in early September. On September 10, Harv announced that apparently God is on our side. So then why is our answer to the events of Sept. 11 found primarily in military response? And if Harv is right, then presumably our military is God's response if the assessment of Harv's is right.
Well, who has served in this military? Has Harv?
Anyway, none of it holds water.

Aurino said,
I suppose you must have done something to deserve it.

Supposing is found where in formal operations?
At the beginning ... certainly it is not the same as concluding!

I don't really know you either, do I?
Best wishes

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