The (necessarily anti-American, it seems) French guy salutes you and leaves
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, September 15, 2004, 20:58|
Well, I've read everything now. It seems it's impossible to even dare
criticise the US in any way without being accused of bias, unthought
actions, anti-Americanism, etc... Some people found it even necessary to
harass me by private email. Since it seems now impossible to state some
things that for some reason don't fit other people's view of the world, I
don't see a reason why I should stay here any longer. I never accepted to
be treated that way when I know I'm right, and I'm not gonna begin now.
As for "proving" what I'm saying, I'm not gonna take the effort and time to
check where I read what I read (I have other things in my mind right now,
not everything I read comes from the Internet, and I don't carry a list of
my sources in my pocket), especially since it's already clear that even if
I gave a source, it would be automatically attacked as being necessarily
biased (paraphrasing one of the mails I received). Somehow, it seems
everything American has become holy and untouchable. I don't talk to an
audience which is unwilling to listen.
As I said, I have other things on my mind. I'm again without a job, after
nearly being fired due to false accusations from my boss (which I've proven
wrong, but the only result is that instead of being fired immediately, my
contract is just not lengthened). So you can understand that I have better
things to do than being accused of dishonesty. Once a month is enough.
With that, good bye everyone. It was fun for a while, but the best things
always have an end...
You need a straight mind to invent a twisted conlang.