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At 09:06 AM 5/1/00 -0700, Andrew Plato wrote:
>Since you find ancedotal evidence acceptable then I will use my own. In my
>experience, people who are in love with tools are usualy the least competent
So, by logical extension then you'd argue that an auto mechanic who uses
crescent wrenches is usually more competent at his job than one who eschews
the crescent wrench for a high-quality set of wrenches. The more I hear
about your "New Economy" as you describe it, the more convinced I become
that it bears more resemblance to a religious sect than it does to a real
economy. Maybe you should change its name. How about Dianetics II.
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