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<Sorry if my previous messages appeared to indicate that I place an
inordinate amount of importance on the choice of a term. Two people flamed
me because they thought I was doing that. >
Let the List Keepers of the Flame fire away. I say: Let's not apologize to
those who seem to seek such gifts of appeasement, or we'll spend time
censoring ourselves instead of learning from one another.
Happy holidays all,