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> The false premise with Andrew's argument is that the attempt is to
> make it an objective list. That was never stated or intended.
ROTFLMAO! I'm sure you must realize how silly this sounds! What's
the point in having a discussion list if it's not objective??
Certification/no certification, I don't really care, but this discussion
has, for the most part, been a riot. However, I still don't understand
how people can attempt to discredit Andrew (and Eric!), and not feel
even the slightest bit hypocritical.
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