RE: [Kierkegaardian] Re: Willy's mysterium
- My question is why does anyone want to stick it to anyone else. I don't like
to play games, never have!
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Subject: [Kierkegaardian] Re: Willy's mysterium
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jeffrey Burns
> Mr Willy,too good at your art of changing focus before I can only guess what
> I would love to be able to argue with you. But I can't. You are
the first focus was about. So I will have to let to others the care
of disputing your changes, which others I have noticed are many
enough to keep you busy some time. When I can catch up with you
guys, that is to say if I can ever manage to catch up, perhaps I'll
add my voice to your chorus so that the chorus be one voice richer.
For the time being I simply cannot understand that you are saying,
so I can only try to understand, silently for myself.
>JSB, au contraire mon ami,
> Best regards,
> Jeffrey Burns
Methinks thou dost read WB pretty well and couldst stick it to him
if thou wantest to (as he could you)! As for the chorus, your voice
can only add to by subtracting from the cacophony of this grundge-
bunch! I find that staying silently with oneself is the best way to
understand. But, be and stay truthful and remember what honest john
climacus said; " A horse when alone often imagines that it is
galloping, but when it is with others it finds out how slow it is."
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