We don't need accusations of lying.
|From:||Sally Caves <scaves@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, March 25, 1999, 2:49|
Why the hostile response, Bryan?
I didn't see anything provoking in Edward's remarks that would
warrant such a hostile answer from you all about lying and touchy-feeling..
This list is supposed to be FLAME-FREE.
Nobody is putting down the brain on this list, so delete a thread that
bores you and move on. Or at least *respond from the brain,* instead
of from the spleen, when you address it.
o krahsiak, Sally Caves
http://www.frontiernet.net/~scaves/teonoun.html (for plenty of brainpower)
Bryan Maloney wrote:
> On Wed, 24 Mar 1999, Edward Heil wrote:
> > of phonetics, what would be an elegant and spiffy grammar... Or else
> > diving in and making something which if perhaps less clever is from the
> > soul, and not just the brain.
> The "brain" is every bit as much a part of "the soul" as any touchy-feely
> stuff might be.
> Why defend one method by putting down another? And if you claim that you
> were not putting down another method, you're a liar, since you did say
> "not just the brain", and the use of "just" in such a context is an
> obvious put-down, implying that a left-brain approach is inherently
> inferior or less complete than a right-brain approach.