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On 9 May 2001, at 18:19, Robin Faichney wrote:
> On Wed, May 09, 2001 at 09:21:48AM -0400, Wade T.Smith wrote:
> > On 05/09/01 07:59, Robin Faichney said this-
> > >The best way to use any word is entirely a matter of opinion.
> > Well, I'll grant that I'd die to make sure you have the right to say
> > whatever you want, but, I'll be damned if I have to agree with you.
> You obviously don't have to agree with me. The pressure you're
> feeling is the need to give good reasons for not doing so.
Robin's linguistic wishy-washiness here would make it seem as
though Charley Brown had a steel verbal spine by comparison.
And considering what Robin has here proposed, that opinion is a
compliment. Of course, the fact that it is a compliment is only my
opinion also, but it's made of words, so for Robin, any way I
choose to use them should suffice.
> Robin Faichney
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