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Harv, You Miss The Point Of Citing Examples In History

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 21, 2002 17:16:55 UTC


The main reason for citing famous persons in history to exemplify
where an entrenched priesthood repelled good new thought
is NOT a delusional attempt to be considered
to be that person, but instead is a completely
valid use of the language to help keep alive
freedom of thought itself. Your response here
verges on Reprehensible for implying
the person making the citation is delusional.
It is also Reprehensible to seriously state you are not worthy... unless you are not, or unless in a state of war you are being deceptive to save the world....which certainly you are not. However, you are probably joking since Dr. Dick sometimes is a little hard on you.

Was this post annoying enough, or need I try harder?






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