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Re: DISC artifacts of communication

On Thu, 20 Jun 1996, Greg Lindahl wrote:

> > Any doubters should
> > be now well satisfied that anything is possible with e-mail.  
> Anything is possible, but that mail still had enough clues to know who
> sent it. Can we return to discussing the Middle Ages yet?


Intra-system goals ALWAYS take precedence over inter-system goals. 

This is not an artifact of the net. It is my understanding that several 
thousand people died in the Korean Conflict while peace proceedings were 
at a complete standstill so the U.N. could debate the issue of reserved 
parking for delegates.

Actually, I'm only responding to this message so that Mel, Tadhg, et al 
can tell who wrote it. Greg went beyond leaving off an "unfashionable" 
sig to actually exclude his little dangling 'g'.

| Ld Henry Best		| "People don't quit playing because they   |
| John Strauss		| grow old. They grow old because they quit |
| jstrauss@gmu.edu	| playing." 	    -Oliver Wendell Holmes  |

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