Robert Hansen posted Jul 6, 2013 7:33 AM (GSC's remarks follow): > > On Jul 5, 2013, at 9:09 PM, GS Chandy > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > I recall that you had in another post expressed the > possibility that some of us - in comparison to > 'ordinary human beings', I presume - may be 'mutants' > of sorts (in regard to our abilities of 'getting' and > 'not-getting' certain subtleties of thinking). To > which I had responded, "X-MEN FOREVER!" (words to > that effect). If you are correct in your premise and > arguments, this may well be an idea worth exploring > for yourself and others who think like you. I must > confess that I'm not much 'in tune' with this line of > thinking: frankly, it truly repels me. > > I wasn't including you in the group of mutants, so > please, don't feel repelled. Us mutants will continue > to communicate with each other using encrypted prose. > And I am heavily exploring the concept and a paper > may come of it, but you will claim that it to is > encrypted, not because it is, but because it doesn't > say what you want to hear. > Right! X-MEN FOREVER!