Re: Fwd: Going ape

From: joedees@bellsouth.net
Date: Wed 20 Nov 2002 - 00:53:01 GMT

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    > Wade:
    > snip.......
    > >> >human beings are also closely related to bonobos petite,
    > >> >chimp-like
    > >> > creatures who live in peaceful, matriarchal societies, and who
    > >> > would much rather engage in lengthy and elaborate sexual
    > >> > encounters with
    > >> >each other than fight.
    >
    > >> Jeremy
    > >> Great stuff Wade. The whole article is fascinating but the best bit
    > >> is you have revealed my true ancestors, the peaceful lovers - ahhhh
    > >> that's nice. Here's to more long and elaborate sexual encounters
    > >> and less war ;~> Any other old hippies out there? Jeremy
    > >>
    > >Joe:
    > I'm 47; does that qualify?
    > >>
    > Close in age Joe; how's your ideology?
    > Jeremy
    >
    I an a believer in the maximization of personal freedom (which is why I oppose attempts to coercively inflict the Muslim ascetic submission ideology upon the world at large generally, and upon me personally). I am nominally a Pagan, but I'm not fundamentalist about it. I also consider myself to be a secular humanist. As I said before, I am a social liberal, a fiscal conservative, and a foreign policy realist. I am also a decorated veteran of many psychedelic campaigns. Howzat?
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