Subject: Re: PART TWO: winning industrial-use of lisp: Re: Norvig's latest paper on Lisp From: Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 20:48:30 GMT Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <email@example.com> * Barry Fishman | I understood what you said. I just choose to be a bit silly in responding to | it. It just shell-shock from reading your long run-on paragraphs, convoluted | sentences, and unproductive abuse. Then take a break and recover full operation of your intellect instead of posting silliness. You have a choice here. | Yes, buried in all that verbiage is often something that is significant. It | would just be nice if you took the same care in expressing yourself that you | would like others to take in reading your words. Pay me for it, and I will. Give me an intelligent response that makes it worth while, instead of some silly and moronic complaint, and you may be surprised, but whining losers who only demand are not worth spending much time on. So here is the clue: Do not demand anything of others -- just _do_ what you thinkk is the better thing. Yet, you chose to be silly. What more do I need to judge how your responses? How much weight can a complaint about what others somehow fail to do have when it comes from someone who willfully chooses to be silly? If you impress me with your clear thinking instead of annoy me with your silliness, and you will, in fact, receive a response in kind. I may waste time on misbehaving children, but demanding children who cannot even do what they demand from others is generally fruitless -- most of the time, these children are not even able to grasp what they have received. -- Guide to non-spammers: If you want to send me a business proposal, please be specific and do not put "business proposal" in the Subject header. If it is urgent, do not use the word "urgent". If you need an immediate answer, give me a reason, do not shout "for your immediate attention". Thank you.