According to my subjective understanding of the word "fair," I am being "fair" to Larry Klayman and willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.
Main Entry: 1fair
Pronunciation: 'far, 'fer
Etymology: Middle English fager, fair,
from Old English fæger;
akin to Old High German fagar
Date: before 12th century1 :
pleasing to the eye or mind especially because of fresh, charming, or flawless quality2 :
superficially pleasing : SPECIOUS
<she trusted his fair
promises>3 a : CLEAN, PURE
sparkling water> b : CLEAR, LEGIBLE4 :
not stormy or foul : FINE
weather>5 : AMPLE
estate>6 a : marked by impartiality and honesty : free from self-interest, prejudice, or favoritism <a very fair person to do business with>
IMPARTIALITY? I don't think so.
FREE FROM SELF-INTEREST? I don't think so.
PREJUDICIE? For sure.
posted on 05/07/2002 9:48:37 AM PDT
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