- Capitalism and Alternatives -

It takes one to know one

Posted by: Samuel Day Fassbinder ( Citizens for Mustard Greens, USA ) on September 07, 1999 at 22:36:31:

In Reply to: thought it was hot air posted by Gee on September 07, 1999 at 18:47:28:

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: : SDF: Gee thinks that if he answers something that this is supposed to mean something besides wasted bandwidth. He hasn't made the slightest dent in my argument.

: To mimic your 'style' - SDF imagines that saying "He hasn't made the slightest dent in my argument." will make it so.

SDF: Look, McSpotlight. Gee is WASTING BANDWIDTH here. Go ahead, do a frequency count on Gee's responses. Figure out how many of the past 8,068 responses are his, and what of substance he's said. Get back to us.

: : SDF: Gee's favorite system is already sending 800 million to a literal hell, while he postures with his "gentlemanly" complaint about individualism. We can therefore take his protestations of compassion with a grain of salt, or perhaps with enough food to sustain a "sovereign individual."

: You would actually imagine yourself to be compassionate?

Let's observe Gee's compassion here:

bill tells us: We will be brought back to slightly less abstract notions such as the greatest good for the greatest number.

Gee responded: And literally to hell with the other 2 billion

Save the 2 billion! I'm sure the victims of global hunger mean nothing when compared with their plight...

McSpotlight: The immovable object and the unstoppable force...peace, guys, peace; take a few deep breaths, please, both of you.

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