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Posted by Alan on May 2, 2002 07:45:43 UTC

11 year olds know so many things: I'm told that on the Simpson's (T.V. Show) there is a Dr. Dick, who says "Hi Everybody" and then people say "Hi Dr. Dick". May I also say "Hi Dr. Dick". And "What's up, Doc?"

Quoting: "What I hate the most are long posts which say nothing. Harv used to be top man in that boat but he has been replaced by some others which are not nearly as interesting as he is. So it is just a question of wasting my time."

I am wondering if you are refering to me?

Of course a long post ignored will say nothing to he who ignores it. Why not have a non-evasive debate, facing the issues, answering questions, being open to argument? If you are right and I am wrong about something, it would be nice of you to demonstrate my alleged error! I invited Luis Hamburgh to put my ideas to the sword of skepticism (which he tried to at Counterbalance), the invite goes to you too! What's up Doc?


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