> "Jesse F. Hughes" <email@example.com> wrote in message > news:firstname.lastname@example.org... >> "LudovicoVan" <email@example.com> writes: >>> "Peter Webb" <webbfamilyDIEspamDie@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message >>> news:firstname.lastname@example.org... >>>> LudovicoVan wrote: >>> >>>>> Goodbye terminal idiot. >>>> >>>> Could you add me to your killfile/spam filter as well? >>>> >>>> That way, I can mercilessly mock you behind your back, and you won't >>>> even see my posts so you can't respond. Everybody else will just assume >>>> that you don't respond because you can't. It is an almost infinite >>>> license for me to make fun of you with total impunity. *Please* >>>> killfile me as well, and as soon as possible. >>> >>> Your assumption that people cannot judge for themselves just tells about >>> your lack of intelligence. >> >> Julio (or do you prefer Ludovico?), of course people can judge for >> themselves. And, frankly, Peter's request was silly. > > I say so many silly things myself, but then I do not pretend. > >> But when we judge your capacity for reasoning in general, we may well >> remember your screed that ZFC is a falsehood perpetrated on the masses >> just because, well, the illuminati are so darned used to lying that they >> lie about math, too. > > I judge too mate, and you now find out where exactly I said that ZFC is the > root of evil.
To be perfectly honest, I've no idea how I ought to interpret the above response. I've no idea what you mean.
Are you indeed honestly saying that ZFC is the root of evil? Or is this sarcastic? For myself, I haven't a clue. > >> To be sure, these memories shouldn't color our judgments of whatever >> mathematical arguments you present. But so far, those arguments have >> been just as persuasive as your political worldview. And just as deep >> within the rabbit's hole. > > We all like holes, I suppose.
Well, some of them, sure.
-- "You are simply one person who persists in delusive thinking about your own relative importance, as you also rationalize data you do not wish to accept. I, unlike you, am a worldwide figure." -- James S. Harris, on self-delusions