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Re: ETH &c

From: Sean Jones <tedric@tedric.demon.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 7 Nov 1997 10:52:11 +0000
Fwd Date: Fri, 07 Nov 1997 22:23:46 -0500
Subject: Re: ETH &c

>Date: Thu, 6 Nov 1997 22:02:22 -0500
>From: Peregrine Mendoza <101653.2205@compuserve.com> [Peter Brookesmith]
>Subject: Re: ETH &c
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>

>The Duke of Mendoza presents his compliments to the List.

And I present mine to the most honourable Duke of Civilities and
fair insults. <g>

>Phew. Something like a concrete response, at last, for which I am
>duly grateful, and I'm sure many another is too.

I do believe that I posted a response to your post, but I wished
to know from which standpint I was to argue, Guilty until proved
innocent or Innocent until proven guilty, or did you just miss

> (I assume because he has seen too many of "the best
>case[s]," like Roswell, crumble when carefully studied.)

Without going to great depth on this one subject (because at the
end of the day its enormous) regarding the incident Roswell
(IMHO) the case is either you believe that there was an
extra-terrestial craft(s) that crashed or you don't and then on
from either standpoint (either/or its your preference) the
arguments are already coloured/tainted by your initial beliefs.

> Americans
>are very horrid indeed,

I disagree I know some very nice Americans.

> but  Brits and besides are much nicer
>people altogether.

Why thank you for the compliment.

<humungous snip>

>best wishes
>Pedantic D. Marlinspike
>Wittgensteinian Beetle

On an entirely different note I thought a Marlin was a fish not a
beetle, or is it that you are admiting to being a lower life form
<very huge G>.


Like Ludwig you are trying to solve all of lifes mysteries?

<<WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig (1889-1951). Twice in his lifetime Ludwig
Wittgenstein tried to solve all the problems of philosophy. His
second attempt marked a criticism and rejection of his first, and
in the end he regarded both as failures. A multitalented man,
never at ease with himself or the world around him, he was
mathematician, engineer, architect, and musician. He pursued
philosophical problems with zeal, yet he regarded nothing so
absurd as to be a teacher of philosophy.

Excerpted from Compton=92s Interactive Encyclopedia
Copyright =A9 1994, 1995 Compton=92s NewMedia, Inc.>>

        Are you a man or a mouse, come on squeek up!
                       Sean Jones
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