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Don't Worry; Just Keep Saying That

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 31, 2002 19:19:47 UTC

Today Harv said,
"I can't make out what statement I made that you disagree with."

Today Harv also said,
"I didn't realize we had made any agreement. Please be specific to what you agree with and what you disagree with. It is customary to actual paste a few lines of my text and then respond to those lines in detail. Otherwise, we are speaking in such generality that I have no idea what you are referencing."

Response:
It is customary among real science correspondents to know one another's identity. Your obsession with vagueness seems to extend to every topic.
So often Harv's saying,"I can't understand what you're saying..."
Harv, I've been a successful newspaper writer
and that's the field where we write at the 7th grade level when possible. I've written a few hundred papers for college for which I received a very high of professors grade point average. Only a VERY small number (maybe 3) were obtuse and intractably unable to communicate well with me. I observe your posts and unless you are plagiarizing (which I suspect you are) I don't think you can misunderstand what I'm saying. I think you are using a communication method to extract maximum information for minimum cost. YOu fancy yourself clever but there's a tradeoff for not having been more honest.
Yes, that is my final answer.

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