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Subject:RE: Get Offended From:"Alan D. Miller" <"Alan D. Miller"@educate.com> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Mon, 1 May 2000 13:20:54 -0400
>> <<First, truth is sometimes inappropriate, because "truth" isn't
>> but subjective. Truth is, like all other conclusions, a statement based on
>> Parmenedes of Ela (circa 500 BCE) argued exactly the opposite.
>I saw that episode! Didn't she have those tears... the ones that Kirk
> got adicted to?
Naw, this was the girl living in the clouds that couldn't figure out why the
folks in the mines didn't like busting their humps for the cloud-dwellers.
>> After all, we did figure
>> out the Second Law of Thermodynamics, didn't we?
>Hey, we didn't ALL go to law school... <g>
School? I din go no stinkin' school!
>> Just my dollar-two-ninety-eight.
>> Al Miller
>> alan -dot- miller -at- educate -dot- com
>I'll take that in currency, please...
>PMargaritis -at- alladata -dot- net
Currency can be arranged. However, because of union rules, I'll have to send it
by special courier: a rather large chap of negligible intelligence and
skid-marks on his knuckles, whose name I will refrain from mentioning (for no
other reason than whimsy), but which starts with "L" and rhymes with Kennie. He
has an unnatural affection for mice. This is germane to nothing in particular,
but should he wish to stroke your hair....