Subject: Re: Questions about Symbolics lisp machines From: Erik Naggum <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 03:23:07 GMT Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Erik Naggum > It has no possible constructive function in this newsgroup, but is an > obvious personal exchange between you two, who have found something you > can gang up on, nonthinkingly, yet apparently uniting in your affinity > for toying with people. * Thomas Bushnell, BSG | This, from Mr. Flame and Mr. Insult? Please quit projecting yourself onto me. I note in passing that you are much more interested in a moronic retort than getting the point, and also much more interested in going on another stupid character assassination mission than to get the point. | Incidentally, you'll notice that I haven't posted any sort of thing that | you seem to find so horrible except in response to yours...though perhaps | I may have slipped and carelessly violated that rule, for which I | apologize. We are all aware that when you are a bad guy, it is not your own fault. The worse person you are, the more it is someone else's fault. Your fake and dishonest "apologies" are not worth squat around here, Thomas Bushnell. Only a change in behavior counts for something as vile as you. Get it? | If you object to my fun, then it's really pretty easy: don't post hostile | things to or about me. This, from Mr. Flame and Mr. Insult? I do not post hostile thing to or about you. I respond only to what you write about me. Please quit this idiotic game-playing of yours now. You semm, however, to do the same thing every other bad guy in comp.lang.lisp and probably on USENET do: Try to make it your victim's fault and try to force your victim to stop defending himself before you, the aggressor stops attacking. What kind of person does that? Just cease and desist. /// -- In a fight against something, the fight has value, victory has none. In a fight for something, the fight is a loss, victory merely relief.