RE: Why Europe is so Contrary

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Thu 05 Dec 2002 - 19:33:26 GMT

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    At 11:30 AM 5/12/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >Hi Wade! Well, it's a snowy day here and the fire is comforting, so I'll
    >niggle you a bit.... <smile>
    >Last, uh, 60 years: stopping Hitler and the Internet. Both profoundly
    >helpful to the processes of human civilization, the first stopping a regime
    >that would have frozen social evolution, and the latter providing the
    >healthiest of tools with which to activate the world's variety. The latter
    >opens an extraordinary door; now, of course, we have to figure out how to
    >walk through it.

    Struth mate Send us a bit of that snow, we have enough fire (it's everywhere) and the temp is around the high 30s to the low 40s. Uh, just one little point tho', I was not aware of USAnia's lone role in stopping Hitler. My father, for one, would be disappointed to hear that his hardships were unnecessary and that the whole thing was well in hand. God bless 'merica. Jeremy

    The leader who leads from faith works from a warped version of strength Wade T Smith

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