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Re: Whom Have You Attacked?


The answer is no one. But you do not believe it because you wrote a post
to me of Sept 1, 1999:

" A review of your e-mail messages clearly shows even the most casual
observer that you have made inappropriate personal comments about three

C.H. Falstad
Ben Zonneveld
Steve Chamgberlain

Why are you badgering Carolyn and pretending to be clueless is beyond
Look foolish if you wish.


Steve ,

If you will select from my posts, portions of them which are personally
inappropriate or offensive to you specifically, I would be happy to
discuss them with you. I am assuming that you may be miffeds at my
critique of the "Pods"  article. If this is the case and you wish to
make a rebuttal or show where I was wrong, inappropriate or too harsh in
any personal comments, if I find this to be the case also, I will
publically apologize. But I need to know what we are talking about. How
did I offend you?

The same openmindedness applies to any personal comments I may have made
about Clarence Falstad or Ben Zonneveld. If they were personally
offended, they probably will say so.

As for "badgering" Carolyn, you are incorrect in your assessment. I have
asked two questions which she has not yet answered. This is in no way
badgering. It is called inquiring.

Jim Hawes

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