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Passing The "Annoyance Baton" To Yanniru

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Posted by Box Holder on May 24, 2002 21:14:25 UTC

Dear All
I yield the floor now with great affection for all the laughter you have brought and shared. It is my sincere hope that Yanniru will return to duty soon. On this forum, we seem a little thin in the ranks of "defeated old guys" and without us to annoy you with counterpoints, you're just making fools of yourselves...you youngsters sure give us a time!
Yanniru really taught me more how to be annoying than anyone on this forum ...and he also knows a lot about astrophysics of near Earth objects!
He would probably be annoyed that I am using his name this way and disagree with much that I've said. He has really taught me wells !

So, although I am not really leaving, I am being annoying. Science is all about asking tough questions that could change another scientist's mind with merit rather than appeal to emotion or distortion. But when I'm not posting, based on recent exchanges, it appears you won't have much merit here any more. High standards must not be allowed to crowd you off the soapbox. Keep blowing bilge !
Sincerely,
Mike

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