RE: virus: Re:MS Flip Software Price

David McFadzean (
Tue, 07 Oct 1997 12:53:58 -0600

At 11:25 AM 10/7/97 -0700, Richard Brodie wrote:
>On Tuesday, October 7, 1997 10:33 AM, David McFadzean
>[] wrote:
>> Here's a little quiz for Richard: which one of these is illogical?
>> a) If you love her, tell her.
>> b) If you love her, kill her.
>Another confused question. These two statements are both conditional
>instructions. Neither one can be said to be logical or not except as
>compared with a set of axioms. It seems like, having been sufficiently

Give me a break. Do I need to supply you with the definitions of every
word and allowable inference rules too? Do me a favour and supply your
own reasonable set of axioms.

>bashed over stretching the meanings of "rational" and "faith," you are now
>turning to "logic." Cut it out!

Either that, or you won't (or cannot) admit you're wrong. Logic *can*
be applied to human relationships. Why shouldn't you cheat on your spouse?
Because IF you do AND she find out THEN she will be hurt AND lose her
trust in you. Maybe you just don't recognize logic when you see it.

David McFadzean       
Memetic Engineer      
Church of Virus