Bob, you do have a problem but it's not the one(s) described ad infinitum by GSC or by Lou's cryptic, unsupported, inappropriate but highly predictable insults. It's wasting 5 minutes of your valuable time (time that you will never recover) responding to them. I understand the visceral urge, if that's what it is, but it is otherwise a pointless exercise. There is another possibility, mine on occasion. Since I don't play golf or mess with other people's women, I do consider such diversion to be some time for mental relaxation. If that is yours, have at it. At least one of the three is worth reading before deleting.
At 04:26 PM 6/19/2014, Robert Hansen wrote:
>On Jun 19, 2014, at 12:08 PM, GS Chandy <email@example.com> wrote: > > > You are already writing with utmost clarity and precision that > cannot be improved upon, > >I never said it cannot be improved. I said many times that it was >improving. What I am saying is that it is by no means too imprecise >for people to understand, ipso facto, because of the vast number of >people I converse with who have no problem understanding what I >write. The reason you two make such a fuss yet don't ask for >clarification has nothing at all to do with the precision of my >writing. You simply don't like what I write and you don't think like >I do. You're educated but you have no instincts. And I wish I had >better news, but in my experience with people, there is no cure for that. > >Here is an example of instincts. I look at all of this and feel that >society as a whole is governed by a form of entropy that, like >physical entropy, is unavoidable. You cannot raise the energy of all >its members all at once. However, there will always be members of >that society who rise well above the average, and members who fall >well below. Now, you won't like that model because you are religious >rather than inquisitive and you base your models on faith rather >than instincts. There is no way to communicate my models to you >because without instincts, you will never understand them. In your >mind, who would ever think such a thing. But I am not *thinking* >such a thing. I am seeing it instinctively and relaying it to you. > >Bob Hansen > >------- End of Forwarded Message