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Posted by Aurino Souza on May 8, 2002 13:27:45 UTC

Hi Harv,

I wanted to make sure I gave you a good reply, I spent quite some time "pondering on that". Here's my position:

I have admitted on numerous occasions at being wrong, but I cannot think of a time that you did so.

I'm fully aware that I'm an imbecile, but I have never in my life met anyone more intelligent than I am, which means everyone else is an imbecile.

So I can't admit to being wrong because I'm wrong all the time!

In my view, you do not really care about the issues in question, you just like citing your opinion and being right.

Now here is the problem! Since I know nothing and you know nothing and everybody else knows nothing, everything we discuss is an opinion. And you want me to give up my opinions and espouse the opinions of somebody else? Why on earth should I do that? To please you? To conform to what society expects of me? To pose as a cultured, well-informed intellectual? To avoid sounding like an outcast?

Sorry but I don't really care about any of that, and I'm not willing to discuss it.

I hope that answers your question. If it doesn't, consider your question unanswerable.

Warm regards,

Aurino

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