From: Keith Henson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat 24 May 2003 - 00:45:13 GMT
At 02:46 PM 23/05/03 -0400, you wrote:
>on 5/23/03 11:37 AM, Richard Brodie at email@example.com wrote:
> > The "performance model" is, I think, a prank by one list member to see how
> > long he can keep well-meaning people going by posting ever-shifting
> > nonsense. Any model of cultural evolution that seeks to eliminate the
> > importance of the mind is doomed to failure.
> > Richard Brodie
> > www.memecentral.com
>This kind of sniping is unnecessary. And it is uncomfortably close to
>accusing someone of fraud. You seem to think this unnamed someone is
>advocating a position they do not, in fact, believe. That is, of course,
Please go back and examine certain postings to see if you can detect
dishonesty in the way they were cut for inclusion.
>If you have evidence of this, you should present the evidence and
>name the person.
>As it is, you are just whining.
Remember, trolls and folks with DS syndrome thrive on attention. I think
what Richard said was completely appropriate.
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