Subject: Re: source access vs dynamism
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: 1999/09/20
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* Raffael Cavallaro
| As for me, I don't understand why posters to this forum take Erik's posts
| at face value, and don't consider the probability that he'll squirm 12
| ways from sunday just to avoid losing an argument on usenet.

  funny, that's how you look to me, the way you invent more and more things
  to accuse me of.  if you had been willing to stick to a single point and
  ride it through, you might make it possible to win or lose, but since you
  try one thing, then try another when it fails, and yet another when that
  fails, it's hard to conclude otherwise than that you refuse to admit to
  have lost at every junction.  and now it is of course my fault that you
  have made a huge stink about your opinion of me (the "With friends like
  Erik" thread of your).  don't you see that you could just shut the fuck
  up with your insane drivel, and nobody would need to respond to you?

  so, instead of pontificating about the motives of others, answer this
  question: why do _you_ keep going on, Raffael Cavallaro?  and please
  throw in an analysis of why your posts contribute to the well-being of
  this newsgroup while you're at it.  I'm looking forward to your insight
  into your own behavior, who has so much to offer about that of others.