From: John W Burgeson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Sep 25 2003 - 14:28:42 EDT
George wrote, in part: " As with other situations in which there are
limited resources, this can be
dealt with on a triage basis.
On my web site is this quotation:
Edmund Burke: "Nobody makes a greater mistake than the person who does
nothing because only a little can be done."
I think where we agree is that there are places we can have an effect.
I think where we disagree is where some of those places might be.
I don't have any problem with that. There are no hopeless cases with God.
Therefore, your triage concept is unpersuasive, although I do understand
I think you think my attendance at the Sebeny seminar, and my consequent
publishing of my notes and comments on this (and other) lists, and the
ensuing discussions, is a case of tilting at a windmill. You may be
right. And it may be that, in the final accounting, it will have no
effect at all. But I don't know that.
I do know that my web site has received a decent influx of visitors in
the past week, so somebody is noticing.
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