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Re: RE : Capitalism and XML

alain rogister
Andrzej Jan Taramina wrote:

> Nicholas pontificated:
> > Sorry, I'm not a chicken
> I suppose I must be a chicken then, since I fail to see the relevance of
your long
> essay to XML.

This comment applies to the whole thread then. Isn't it both a waste of time
and a lack of tolerance to try to impose all by yourself what can or cannot
be said here ? Count the number of messages in the thread and you might
notice it was of interest to some of us. Should people create a separate
mailing list for a certain topic whenever somebody considers himself annoyed
by a discussion but masochistically decides to read it anyway ?

> Maybe you could enclose your next diatribe in the appropriate tags so I
could use a
> XSLT transformation pipeline to filter out the philosophical nonsense?

How witty... FYI, the discussion was not about "philosophy". If it was such
nonsense to you, it would have been more valuable to provide some
counter-arguments based on your most certainly superior ability at logical

Now, in Usenet tradion, let's just say "HITLER" to eventually put this
thread to an end :-)


Alain Rogister


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