RE: virus: Axioms and hypocrisy
Fri, 14 Feb 1997 14:05:30 -0600 (CST)

On Sun, 9 Feb 1997, Dave Pape wrote:

> At 09:01 09/02/97 -0800, Richard B wrote:
> >Dave Pape wrote:
> >
> >[Tad]
> >>>The YYN people say "don't be obsessed with truth" when it is convenient for
> >>>them. The same people, when somebody has a different opinion can say: "This
> >>>is your simple prejudice, and an inaccurate one." As if they were saying:
> >>>"nobody knows what is accurate except me". These are the hypocrites.
> [Dave]
> >>Sorry, perhaps they're producing a mixture of level-2 and level-3
> >>memes.
> >>Richard?
> [Rich]
> >Tad criticizes a painter for using red in one painting and blue in
> >another. Do you think he really believes it? Tad's a crafty old devil.
> ? Is that a reasoned defence of your stance? Is that a valid and evidenced
> criticism of my snide, bitter implication that you don't spend 100% of your
> time thinking at level 3? Or was it a deflectionary swipe at someone else,
> when I was trying to provoke you?

I don't speak for Richard.

This is both a deflectionary swipe and a reasoned defence using massive
metaphor. Beware: Level 3 thought processes are inherently capable of
overloading English.

/ Towards the conversion of data into information....
/ Kenneth Boyd