RE: Bush's War on Terrorism

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    >From: "Grant Callaghan" <>
    >Subject: RE: Bush's War on Terrorism
    >Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 16:36:20 -0700
    >> > what's happening now without mentioning them. Funny, though, that
    >> > I didn't
    >> > hear any objections when I mentioned the wars between the English and
    >> > Irish. Or the Serbs and the Croats. Or the Serbs and the
    >> > Kosovars. Why
    >> > is that, do you think?
    >>Because that we agree on, or don't care about.
    >I agree with that. One problem we have is in this quick give and take, the
    >words I use to express my thoughts are laid down in haste. What I mean
    >I say them may not be what you hear when you read them. That is part of
    >nature of using words, even for careful writers and readers. But rest
    >assured, I can't imagine a single statement I can make that applies to all
    >the people of any country or culture. If something I say seems to imply
    >that, it just means I didn't state it properly. It doesn't mean that's
    >I believe.
    This might be hard for many here to believe, but many of my posts are made
    in haste. I'm usually thinking as I type (or vice versa) and often change my
    mind several times during the course of a sentence. If I actually wrote my
    reponse down and then returned to it later editing and SPELL-CHECKING things
    might be a little different. Spontaneity is OK though.

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