Carlos writes: "Daniel Caldwell's gossipy view of the history is but a poison."
Jul 26, 2006 10:17 AM
I ask readers to think about what Carlos Aveline wrote:
"Daniel Caldwell's gossipy view of the history is but a poison."
Now I ask, what caused Carlos to write this?
As far as I can tell, I simply stated in a posting
certain claims made by Robert Crosbie and gave a link
to Crosbie's own words.
Is Carlos in effect saying that Mr. Crosbie's own
words are "gossipy"?
But notice that Carlos does NOT tell his readers why
MY [??] "gossipy view" is "but a poison".
I for one would be interested to know why my so-called
"gossipy view" is "a poison".
Vague, generalized statements such as the above by Carlos are not
helpful and I assume simply serve as a means of distracting
readers from considering the actual subject matter presented...for
example Mr. Crosbie's own claims....
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