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To: Steve Rudd
Subject: Re: Andrew 
Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2000 23:44:23 -0500
From: Andrew Arensburger

On Wed, 23 Feb 2000 19:23:05 EST, Steve Rudd wrote:
> [Omitted at author's request]

	Gosh, your attitude speaks volumes.

	Just in passing: quotes
you as saying,

	"We do not claim to have found truth, but seek it. I think we
	need to teach both evolution and creation so that people can
	make rational, objective decisions and decide for themselves
	which is better"

In view of this, have you considered adding a link to
[The URL has moved. This text reflects the new location. -- AA, May 9, 2012]
so that people may see the context of some of the quotations and make
their own decisions? I'll even add <A NAME=...> tags so that you can
link directly to individual quotations, if you like.

> [Omitted at author's request]

	I've just checked my webmaster mail, and I don't see anything
from Are you sure you sent it to the right address?

> [Omitted at author's request]

	If you updated your page on or before Feb. 7, then it took a
full two weeks for the change to propagate to where I'm sitting. You
may want to have a word with your ISP.

	Oh, by the way: the "Let us know" link in the disclaimer that
you've recently added to the top of
is broken. You may want to fix it.
	Are you going to add a similar disclaimer to each of the
subpages? If so, you may want to consider its effect on readers. I
mean, would you buy from a bakery that had a sign saying, "We have
never been convicted of putting arsenic in our bread"?

	I've updated
[The URL has moved. This text reflects the new location. -- AA, May 9, 2012]
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I get the impression you haven't actually
_read_ it. May I suggest that you do so?

> [Omitted at author's request]

	Let's see...
	I've quoted Dean Falk's article.
	I marked in bold the part that Patton quotes in his talk.

	If this is my worst case of deception, then I must be doing
pretty well!

Andrew Arensburger, Systems guy		Center for Automation Research			University of Maryland
"Arguments with furniture are rarely productive." -- Kehlog Albran, The Profit
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