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Author: ponma
Time: 07/05/03 13:05 PST
This is a reply to message no. 11583 by gerdb
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e=mc*2
"You simply don't understand anything I said"

Maybe that is connected to the fact that you really didn't say much at all. You probably meant a lot. But that isn't of much use alone, unless you're communicating with a mindreader.

"How could you, being a member of the "working race" conceived of by others hundreds of thousands of years earlier"

This is an example of the imaginative grammar that makes it hard to understand what you mean. I'll save us some time in not trying to interpret it. You probably need that time for better activities, like pondering the difficulties of being the only enlightened mind in the Land of Toys.



  
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