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Re: [Phys-l] science, religion, and politics

I wasn't taking anything personally. It just seemed that since your message was one of the first to follow the original subject line, it would be a response to the original post. Apologies.


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On Oct 19, 2010, at 8:58 AM, John Denker wrote:

On 10/19/2010 10:28 AM, William Robertson wrote:

I recognize the subject line, but beyond that I don't see what your
post has to do with what I said.

Not every post with a given Subject: line is a direct reply
to the Original Poster.

I didn't check (until just now) to see who was the OP. IMHO
there is no reason why I should have.

When I wish to reply to someone -- or (better) to respond to a
particular idea -- I will cite the person and quote the passage
in question.

Exactly where did I take a religious

I never said you did.

If I did, it would certainly surprise those who know that I am
not a religious person.

I never said you were. That's not what I said, and not what I

On a list like this, when people start taking things personally,
it is a recipe for disaster.
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