Subject: Re: Freedom of different opinions was: Offensive Language and Rude  Manners in comp.lang.lisp; An Example...
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: Sat, 06 Oct 2001 01:02:06 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
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* Jack Gunthers <>
| It should be clear by now to all readers of comp.lang.lisp that Erik
| Naggum is a disturbed individual.

  Incidentally, this must be how _you_ prefer to express your "different
  opinion".  If anyone _still_ thinks that it is "different opinion" that
  makes anyone flame or get flamed, _remembering_ Jack Gunthers will help.
  It is with the kindly volunteered aid of such fine people we know that
  "different opinion" never has _anything_ to do with people getting into
  fights.  Think about it.  Think about what it takes even to _believe_
  that "different opinion" is related to fighting.  Those who try to hide
  behind their "different opinion" as if they had a principle of freedom of
  expression or something, _always_ have an ulterior motive they want to be
  "free" to pursue with impunity and without criticism.  Mark my words.