Subject: Re: Difference between LISP and C++ From: Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 31 Oct 2002 17:08:24 +0000 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp Message-ID: <email@example.com> * arien <firstname.lastname@example.org> | This is an example of Naggers principle. It is rather an example of your limited grasp of the world around you. For instance, I expect people to think. Bringing up animals in order to explain how to deal with you is an interesting approach to let me know that I should not expect you to think. | What you guys have done is wrong, Erik's behaviour in particular is | shocking, and above I have provided the evidence to why. Yes, my tactic does not work on animals. What I did not know was that you were an animal. Therefore, I must apologize and instead give you resounding applause for the amazing feats that animals can do these days. Please bring my best compliments to your trainers. I did not realize they could teach animals Java, yet, but I am always open to surprises. What kind of animal are you? I would hazard a guess on a chimpanzee, as other chimpanzees have managed to learn symbolic language. The first clue that you were probably an animal should have been your lack of a last name. I have never heard of any lab rats or chimpanzees with last names. | The more you continue to argue that this *corporal punishment* style is | correct, the more you display your old-fashioned, cruel behaviour. Again, I apologize. Had I known you were a chimpanzee or some other trainable animal, I would certainly not have treated you as a human being. -- Erik Naggum, Oslo, Norway Act from reason, and failure makes you rethink and study harder. Act from faith, and failure makes you blame someone and push harder.