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Ironic That You Would Not Mention Isaac Newton

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 22, 2004 18:49:39 UTC

Hi Mario
"... a lot of the color that used to define this forum is gone, now."
Um, maybe it's because we now have a moderator who delays every post by several days or weeks and meanwhile does not correct our grammar or typos -- who removes posts without explanation or apparent consistent reason.
Not that there's anything "wrong" with that.

Mario, having enjoyed your eruptions of sense and
borne your vituperation, it is all too soon
to have you go to seed, writing:
"...a steady income and a steady relationship is all anyone can hope for."

Isaac Newton was known as a person whose "steady relationship" was not the kind you're talking about. On this forum, it might be okay not to have "all anyone can hope for" -- and it might actually be distracting to have "all anyone can hope for" as you defined it.
The stars, the mysteries (and the vituperation) will still be there after our relationships are dust. So we must enjoy the perishables, I guess.
Thank you for posting those Bible quotations a couple of years ago.
Warm regards,

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