From: Wade T. Smith (
Date: Thu 29 May 2003 - 01:39:12 GMT

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    On Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at 09:33 PM, Joe wrote:

    > bricks can be divided into red and non-red bricks

    Alas, not the ones outside in the sidewalk- they are all red paving bricks, in use throughout Cambridge.

    My point, which you've avoided, is that nothing about dividing any elements of anything into subsets of itselves has any pertinence to how those things got there in the first place.

    Thus, divide thoughts into as many pieces as you like, because you so obviously enjoy doing that- at no time have you, in your division, made any analysis about the thoughts themselves.

    - Wade

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