Re: virus: Tim & Tad's Dance

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Mon, 22 Sep 1997 00:37:35 -0700

Tim, I don't think I invented this dance, I am just exploring it, but it is
very kind of you to share the credits with me in the Subject area. Thank you.

>> Where were we? Did you say something about "worthwhile to explore" areas
>> where contradictions can exist?
>No, I think if you check you'll find I said, "*might* be worthwhile...".
>You said you thought they *were* worthwhile. You have chosen to give this
>dance worth, I just enjoy the two-stepping.

An important element of this dance is to misrepresent what was said. You
may remember dancing this dance when I offered you $50 for supporting your
claim with facts and you chose to write many posts instead of a simple
attempt to get the $50 (or apologize for misrepresenting facts and shut up)
so I am not surprised when you say that you enjoy it.

I wrote a program in Visual Basic which enables me to quickly locate any
post from the Virus list on my computer, so I can be as accurate as the
technology allows. Here are exact quotes (hint: a step: "Tad, what if your
program is wrong?" looks promising):

>> >What if they can exist, but only in a limited number of areas? Would it
>> >be worthwhile to explore those areas and find their limits?
> >Sure, let's explore them! I can't wait. Which one do we take first?

>Give "faith" a shot and let me know what you come up with.

As you see I never said they *were* worthwhile as you claim above. I just
gave you a chance to support your "what if" with something more specific.

You missed the "faith" shot. Shall we go back to two-stepping?

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