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To: DiogenesLamp
You are over matched with just me, so you shouldn't concern yourself with anyone else.

I'm not particularly concerned with you. You are narcissistic enough not to need it.

Perhaps I shouldn't have thrown a rock into a pack of dogs. The caterwauling of the injured whelp is distracting.

I'm wondering how the rest of the posters on this thread react to being called "a pack of dogs." Especially by a cur of your breed.

To your level of perception, one is much the same as the other.

Or in your lexicon, one is much the same as the other.

Yes, and if Einstein were explaining his famous "Elevator" Gedankenexperiment , you and your ilk wouldn't be able to get past the "There are no elevators with cables that long" stage. (infantile miscomprehension)

Einstein's genius is obvious. Yours is somewhat ... more obscure.

45 posted on 08/31/2011 3:27:11 PM PDT by IronJack (=)
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To: IronJack
I'm not particularly concerned with you. You are narcissistic enough not to need it.

And yet, here you are. :)

I'm wondering how the rest of the posters on this thread react to being called "a pack of dogs." Especially by a cur of your breed.

It only applies if someone identifies with it, as you seemingly have. It's not what people call you, it's what you answer to.

Or in your lexicon, one is much the same as the other.

I would like to see things from your perspective, but I doubt there is enough space up your @ss for both our heads.

Einstein's genius is obvious. Yours is somewhat ... more obscure.

To simpleminded folk, much is obscure. That is an inherent characteristic of the condition.

50 posted on 08/31/2011 5:17:57 PM PDT by DiogenesLamp (1790 Congress: No children of a foreign father may be a citizen.)
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