Fw: RE: Shapes of a Wedge

From: Innovatia <dennis@innovatia.com>
Date: Fri May 21 2004 - 15:07:08 EDT

From Gordon Brown:
>
> On Thu, 20 May 2004, John W Burgeson wrote:
>
> > Possibly so. Although I recall the days of "conservative" Joe McCarthy
> > well, for I was in college then studying physics. McCarthy (who, by the
> > way, "conservative" Ann Coulter is trying to resurrect as a really a
good
> > guy, just misunderstood), was considered as an idiot at Carnegie Tech
and
> > Florida State in the Physics department.
>
> This is one reason why I don't like the labels liberal and conservative.
> If you use such a term for yourself, someone is going to think that you
> have the same views as someone else with that label. Just because these
> physicists weren't McCarthyites doesn't mean that they must have been
> liberals.

I have found that these two words have lost any substantial cognitive
meaning and are best discarded as part of the history of a false dielectic
intended to distract the people from the actual opposing polarities, top
versus bottom.

Dennis Feucht
Received on Fri, 21 May 2004 13:07:08 -0600

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