Re: virus: The Greeks would be Geeks

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Mon, 24 Feb 1997 13:53:17 -0800

Tim wrote:
>Tad, I thought you wanted to discuss the Three Axioms? I responded to
>your question but you've had no comment. Can I take it that you agree
>with me? -Prof. Tim

Cool down, comrade Tim. I have pending charges from comrade McF (who is
*much* more equal than others), I haven't responded to David R. on the 3
axioms yet, and Lesson #13 is not ready! I am self-employed, which means I
don't have an employer to steel time for my email from (just to estrange one
more comrade who keeps bragging about it -- I swear to comrade Lenin, I
don't remember who it was).

Wait a second -- I just got sucked into this manipulation (would this be
Lesson #13? No...). I asked you a question, you responded, you "gave me
this" and "didn't give me that", I understand (more or less) what you've
said. You did not ask me any specific questions. Why would you assume that
I *have to* have comments about it? And why would you, comrade Tim, assume
that if I have no comments, I agree with you?

BTW. Thank you for taking the challenge with "comrades". Well written and a
good point. We are free here (I think...) to express our true convictions.
I appreciate that. In the "comrades" scenario I wouldn't be able to talk to
you right now, for one simple reason, that I would be dead by now. I would
have simply disappeared and they would reconvene with a brief "now that Tad
has left the fold"...

And I wouldn't be able to say: Tim you haven't answer my question, how you
would feel. Do I take, your answer is: "vodka and jokes"?

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