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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 31, 2002 17:02:48 UTC

"Whenever you reach an impasse in your argumentation, you immediately fall back on "God did it" or "Well, there must be an unknown law that allows this to happen."

How often have I done this? Quote me. I think when I talked about the speed of light I did, and maybe you think my free will arguement could be. What else? I try to do this as little as possible.
I really don't think I do this to often. KC2GWX 73's

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