Subject: Re: MD5 in LISP and abstraction inversions From: Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri, 09 Nov 2001 23:08:09 GMT Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <email@example.com> * John Foderaro | I could have written "I don't use if, when and unless for secret reasons | that I'll never reveal" and maybe that would have reduced the | contraversy. The controversy would indeed have been significantly less, because it would only make you look pretty stupid and would not insult anyone who actually like and want to use if, when, and unless. | Frankly I thought that people could handle reading opinions different | than their own. Good. Keep on thinking that. However, when your "opinion" is about other people and it is factually and definitely _wrong_, expect to be criticized for it. If you cannot deal with criticism, guess who cannot handle opinions different from their own. Guess what people think when you have to invoke "religion" to attack people whose opinions you cannot handle. Do you think anyone actually _fails_ to understand who is the real culprit of all of your accusations? Get a better grip on yourself. /// -- Norway is now run by a priest from the fundamentalist Christian People's Party, the fifth largest party representing one eighth of the electorate. -- Carrying a Swiss Army pocket knife in Oslo, Norway, is a criminal offense.