Re: WWF: Richard v. Aaron

Aaron Lynch (
Mon, 08 Feb 1999 11:54:53 -0600

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Date: Mon, 08 Feb 1999 11:54:53 -0600
From: Aaron Lynch <>
Subject: Re: WWF: Richard v. Aaron
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At 02:47 PM 2/8/99 +0100, you wrote:
>> Whoever is in charge of the digest at the moment - is it
>> hans-cees? - should spare me the pain of deliberation, and
>> should I think, be a little more - ahem - selective in what
>> is broadcast. Anyone agree?
>> >
>> cheers, alex rousso.
>Sorry, but we do not filter standart. We can dismiss people from
>the list if needed, but prefer to ask people to moderate themselves
>first. Usually Bruce does this, but I am responsible too.

I have seen much bigger flaps erupt on an evolutionary psychology list, and
perhaps it was inevitable that widely divergent currents would collide in
our field as well. Still, we seem to have lost our entertainment value in
this case, and people do not wish to hear the, uh, exciting conclusion of
this discussion. So I invite Richard, Tim, and Reed to join me in dropping
it. Perhaps the four of us can even reach some degree of mutual
understanding and cooperation at some point.

--Aaron Lynch

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