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Topic: Baez agrees with Nemesis & Al? Hillman wonders.
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Re: Baez agrees with Nemesis & Al? Hillman wonders.
Posted: Dec 2, 2001 8:21 PM
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Hi Dave,

Did you notice how the incompetents always need not what they are
incompetent at? :)
Although it would be most logical that what they claim that they need
not is what they need most.
Yet, the incompetent firstly needs to know his/her needs are directly
proportional to his/ her deficiencies rather than the surplus.
Since the incompetents are usually full of "surplus" they post
"surplus" and claim that they do not need what they do not have. :)
What a pity. :):)


dorton3853@aol.com (dave orton) wrote in message news:<56b742c0.0112011955.7cec657a@posting.google.com>...
> el,
> thanks el, i needed that.
> put it down virgil.
> do
> hemetis@hotmail.com (EL) wrote in message news:<7563cb80.0111291852.1000c6cb@posting.google.com>...

> > Nemesis <Nemesis@nospam.com> wrote in message news:<p2uc0u83dnodq43vi9ilvfmjp1fca3hudl@4ax.com>...
> >
> >

> > > Math only explains math. One does not need math to explain nature.
> > > It's the other way around.
> > >
> > > Nemesis

> >
> > [EL]
> > One needs what one needs when one needs it for any reason whatsoever.
> > Therefore, there must be a need for someone to justify something when
> > that one justifies that thing.
> > So, how about someone claiming what he needs and what he needs not;
> > does it say much about what others need and what others need not, I
> > guess not.
> > :)
> > <g>
> >
> > EL

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