RE: virus: The Virus Homepage stuff

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Sat, 08 Feb 1997 17:45:37 -0800

Lior wrote:
>I'm afraid I could not accept this sweeping extrapolation of yours, Dr.
>Niwinski. 148's output could be initiated in the most basic associative
>reflexes, and does *not* require full-scale thinking. Any typical
>molluscoid could identify the defective logic of jar 3 (a.k.a. R.
>Brodie). 148's deficient long-term memory (which caused the reported
>omission of KMO on day 63) also points to the direction that 148 is
>still dumb.

Yes, I agree, this was probably an overstatement, but with all due respect,
Dr. Golgher, it is not such an easy task to identify the defective logic of
jar 3. It is what Prof. Rosdeitcher (the Dr.Jekyll version of Richard) was
trying to demonstrate to this group with not much success. Apparently the
Mr.Hyde side of us is very strong and cooperative with gang leaders (or any
authorities, maybe), which makes this experiment so exciting.

>And since D.R. Plante's mind was sadistically stupefied to kisses&smiles
>mode, your application is futile...

See, how difficult it is to simply say "stop brainwashing us" without a very
deep sense of feeling guilty, apologies, etc...

>PS: Ouch! I believe I've stepped too many foots this time ;)

What?! Even you feel guilty, Dr.Golgher?

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159