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Re: Re: *germanica*

In a message dated 3/15/2004 9:06:07 AM Central Standard Time, rpries@sbcglobal.net writes:

I do not have a solution to this problem since if you apply old names people think you donât know the latest thinking.

You might consider moving to the South. Here we are allowed as many opinions as one's brain can conjure on as many subjects as we can wrap them around, we allow changing those opinions as often as doing so is found pleasing within them, and vehemently adhere to the principle that whatever opinion ingrained at the time is the one most near correct.

The secret center of the iris universe is indeed a special place.

I gain much from the open espousal of opinion by knowledgeable people- the treatises involved in this thread particularly so.

Bill Burleson
Concern over what others think we know is best stored in a thimble found only occationally in lost sewing kits- I. Tink, a Southern philosopher of little renown or note.

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