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Topic: The Complexity of Uncountability
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Jesse F. Hughes

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Re: The Complexity of Uncountability
Posted: Nov 24, 2012 11:19 PM
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Arturo Magidin <> writes:

> On Saturday, November 24, 2012 8:58:49 PM UTC-6, William Elliot wrote:
>> On Sat, 24 Nov 2012, Dick wrote:

>> > What is meant by ScountabilityT?
>> What the heck is ScountablityT?
>> The mistake of using over fancy software?

> No, the mistake of William Elliot displaying his ignorance and his
> technical incompetence by blaming others and expecting them to abide
> by his gigantic idiosyncracies, as always.
> It was perfectly fine quotation marks before your reader mangled them.

Well, gnus (on my machine) mangled them, too, but perhaps I haven't set
it up correctly.

Nonetheless, it is obvious that William is being a pain in the ass
again. Any moderately charitable person would understand what the fuck
Dick was asking. William enjoys being a tedious asshole.

Jesse F. Hughes
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are a fascinating part of history, for those in the future."
-- James S. Harris is fascinating, too

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