Subject: Re: More: Very large reals...
From: Erik Naggum <>
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 23:27:03 GMT
Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp
Message-ID: <>

* Erann Gat
| Erik seems intent on transforming Lisp from a programming language into a
| religion.

* Erik Naggum
> What was that gripe about gross distortions of your views, again?

* Erann Gat
| "Seems".  To me.  That is a statement about my perceptions, not about your
| views.  Your representations of my views come with no such disclaimers. 
| You simply state them as facts.

  Really?  Your rabid dishonesty about me is really getting on my nerve.
  Why is it so important to you to lie, misrepresent, defame, and hurt me?
  You are a very bad person, Erann Gat.  To show you just what you went
  completely nuts about last time, here is your _own_ quoted text in the
  article with message-ID <gat-2302022237390001@>:

In article <>, Erik Naggum <> wrote:

>   Ignore the likes of Erann Gat whose job it seems to be to make people
>   stop using Common Lisp unless it is somehow magically "enhanced" to his
>   satisfaction.

Sigh.  I was really hoping to end this, but I cannot allow this libel to
go unchallenged.

  I responded that it was a fair summary, you said it was a gross
  distortion and went nuts, but I ACTUALLY SAID "IT SEEMS TO ME", SO YOU

| I wish you the best of luck in your new career.

  Thanks.  The likelihood of finding fewer and less bad guys than you in a
  legal practice is one of the reasons.  I am so profoundly tired of bad
  people like yourself and of having no functional way to respond to your
  evil.  It is in part vicious, destructive, unprincipled characters like
  yourself who opened my eyes to the need for legal infrastructure, people
  who take _personal_ revenge upon those who do nothing more than speak
  their mind, who make a suggestion they do not like, etc.  In truth, we
  have no way to get rid of people who have to seek personal revenge, but
  at least some education in the one way our society has found to deal with
  the apparently "human" tendency to irrationally hostile responses and
  vigilante justice and lynch mobs seems to help.

  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.