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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 12:32 am    Post subject: Cognitive Dissonant Oxymoron: "Dictatorship of Relativi Reply with quote

"Tom" wrote to carmen...

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Nobody ever *needs* to know what Asimov writes. It's a pretty essay,
though, and it does provoke some thought.


### - heh heh heh... a word of warning to tom... if you like his company and
don't want to end up in jeremy's (carmens:) killfile, then it's probably
better not to 'contradict' him too much (lol:) he really doesn't like
that... he's just like you Smile Smile Smile
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