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Re: Final Solution of the Aquatic Question

Subject: Re: Final Solution of the Aquatic Question
From: "Marc Verhaegen"
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 11:15:26 +0200
Newsgroups: sci.anthropology.paleo
:-D    Welcome, Richard, to the world of McGinns, Eshlemans, SSs, LLLs, 
Clarks, Crowleys etc.etc.    --Marc
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<richardparker01@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
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>
> spiznet wrote:
>> He sounds like a "lumper ".
>
>
> From: Mclark
>
> You've hereby declared to the world that you don't know the difference
> between a Su Solomon and a Jim McGinn.  In my world (and in many
> others), that's like saying <begin Charlie Chan> Left hand not know
> what right hand do! </end Charlie Chan>.  Tough break, Bucky --it's
> gonna take some extraordinary brilliance on your part, now, just to
> break even.
>
>
> From: JAE
>
> Something's amiss when you're lumping Su and McGinn in the same lot.
>
>
> From: spiznet:
>
> He sounds like a "lumper ".
>
>
> Maybe I'm not as 'into' this group psyche as I should be. Perhaps I was
> just a naive young innocent, who thought that it was a forum for
> rational discussion (disregarding Ed Conrad) of interesting subjects.
>
> Perhaps I should have spent time beforehand, classifying the 'constant
> doubters and putter-downers' of this incestuous small-time chat shop so
>
>
> 'I would know the difference between a Su Solomon and a Jim McGinn'.
>
> When I first joined this group, Su Solomon graciously advised me to
> study an Indian burial site - I dug my first Roman/Briton pottery waste
> dump at the age of 12, (and became an 'expert' in Belgic/Samian, etc
> pottery styles) and have been a close observer or participant in
> archaeological sites in Malta, Cyprus, Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan.
>
> Since then, as (perhaps) I didn't thank her profusely for her
> profoundly wise advice, she has limited her comments on whatever I post
> (here or elsewhere) to very personal pronouncements on my morals (which
> are no better then anyone else's), my habits (which are no better then
> anyone else's) and my lack of academic expertise (which is no better
> then anyone else's).
>
> from the above-quoted comments (Mclark, JAE, and spiznet) I would infer
> that she probably has a bunch of groupies.
>
> regards
>
>
> Richard
> 



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