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thanks sven.

I really think you should also consider whether your perception of what has happened is the only possible interpretation. What people said and what you thought they meant can be two different things.

i'm aware of that. thanks for the reminder though.

I believe this because I have experienced the same myself. As I have pointed out many times (and which has been rightly tossed back at me), the failure of a message to be understood is always the fault of the sender.

yes you're right, another reason i'm gone.

i was ignoring the swollen lymph gland in the system, and now it has become a tumour.

thanks for all the righteous belly laughs over the years, your bella presenza has always one of main reasons for my addiction to ET.

unfortunately it takes only a few bad ingredients to spoil an otherwise delicious soup.

great while it lasted, time to turn the page.

if i see the nasty elements evacuated, or the denial burns off, i'll be back subito....

but i can no longer be an active part of it, because i reflect everything, and must be much more discriminating as to which rays hit my parabola.

i'm in for the long haul, after all...

anyone notice that benazir bhutto was dying as we wrangled?

there were some heavy spirits out and about that night...

too bad your wisdom and generosity of spirit was not more infectious here.


'The history of public debt is full of irony. It rarely follows our ideas of order and justice.' Thomas Piketty

by melo (melometa4(at)gmail.com) on Tue Jan 1st, 2008 at 02:44:21 PM EST
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