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Aurino Is Not Mentally Retarded; Ergo Something Else Is Wrong

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Posted by Box Holder on October 11, 2002 23:31:09 UTC

Hey you, Souza,
Yanniru has posted more than I have.
I bet more than half of them (ie. more than 1,000)would qualify as "Twerpy One-Line Irrelevancies"
in a jury selected for their fairness.

Yanniru occasionally offers a large idea for criticism. Sometimes he has something interesting to say.

Aurino (aka http://www.astronomy.net/forums/userinfo/aurino1/
orhttp://www.astronomy.net/forums/userinfo/cesar/ has seldom, if ever, offered a lengthy
piece of his writing for criticism.

Yanniru offered his work on Dark Matter.
Did Aurino read it?

Dr. Dick offered his Paper on The Foundations of Physical Reality.

I offered my science fiction novel, and I'm sure
I could have been very embarrassed to have you read it on line. Did anyone take the challenge?

And o'course, I posted a much higher words-per-post than Aurino or Yanniru EVEN THOUGH my
military editing experience helped make me a
terse communicator.

I don't think Aurino even knows what I've written.
Is he lazy? Too cynical? Unable to patiently argue a finer point?
He condemns not my work, but himself to continuing ignorance.

Affectionately,
Mike

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