esp. for Alex...was: Still More Snot chapter 2....The Snot Report..... 534
On Thu, 24 Mar 2005, alexy
You made reference to that (dictionaries) a few cycles back...
It is just talking about
FWIW, I find the word "logical" misused quite a lot. Republican-thinking and Democratic thinking is very often loaded with some version of "our logic is right and their logic is wrong" and I prefer to use either line-of-thinking or rationalization instead. Then, there are people who defend their line of thinking as rational when, in fact, its really irrational. I find quite a bit of human communication reflective of irrational thinking and unfortunate.
esp. for Alex...was: Still More Snot chapter 2....The Snot Report..... 535
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005, alexy I can tell from both what you DO talk about and what you DO NOT talk about...
Some other words I try to avoid using: truth, belief, right-wrong since they are, most of the time dependent on context, where you were boren, how you were brought up, and whether it applies to you ("Its not my fault, its his fault") or someone else ("THEY are always the bad guys" footnote: I may possibly apply this slightly more often than justifiable to CEOs, but properly convicted criminals should be bad).
So you say.
I explained this above. You can like it or not.
I thought it was just fine.
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