From: Scott Chase (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat 26 Apr 2003 - 20:20:41 GMT
>Subject: Since Jeremy Bradley once again interjected his noxious and bogus
>opinion concerning a taboo list subject...
>Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2003 11:50:41 -0500
>...I figured that the least that I could do (or perhaps the most) I could
>in response was to post the URL to a refutation written by an academic
>of impeccable credentials (and a past winner of a MacArthur genius
>and get educated.
I think your pal Lawry de Bivort had said a separate list was set up for
discussion of Iraq. Maybe Jeremy and you could e-mail Lawry about this list
and if it is in existence you guys could continue the mutual admiration
It doesn't seem that Iraq can be handled as a topic without one's own POV
(hawkish or dovish masquerading as "objective" memetic analysis) being injected and things getting really ugly again.
If that Iraq discussion list is in existence I wonder how well the topic
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