Subject: Re: So, where's the "Javadoc" for COMMON Lisp?
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2001 15:45:13 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* Fernando <>
> Do you think that sig file you used until yesterday helped to perpetuate
> this 'myth'?

  No.  That myth has been perpeatued by people like yourself for the
  longest time.  You just need excuses not to stpp, and they have nothing
  to do with what I do, either.  You are perfactly capable of inventing
  such excsues entirely on your own.  As you have proven time and again.

> BTW, it was a very 'clever' ass-covering technique to remove it, now that
> you want to make yourself look as a victim of some kind of conspiracy.

  See, you impute evil intentions to me that you have way of knowing
  anything about at all.  This is not a conspiracy, of course, it is a set
  of ethical guidelines that make evil people pretend they have the right
  to do exactly whatever they want towards me because they think of me as
  the aggressor no matter what I actually do, whether I have actually done
  anything, or whether I even intended to do anything.  You prove that.

  Every once in a while, I change something in the way things appear around
  me and what I write.  Midnight of August 1, 2001, I started using a new
  "signoff" and no signatures.  I will predict that you somehow magically
  "know" the reason and rationale for this, too, and that it has to do with
  the timing of other news articles.  After all, you are the conspiracy
  buff around here who can intuit people's intentions: Nothing I say or do
  will turn you away from your "knowledge" of what I did and why.   ///