Re: Linguistic issues and anthropology

Jeromy J. Hill (jjhill@UMICH.EDU)
Mon, 12 Feb 1996 00:10:34 -0500

Egads, has their been such a moral decline on this list
as to revert to such childishness? I have come to learn
from all of you and respect you all for your manners of
professionalism. I may not be a professional anthropologist
(yet) and I understand that there exists commonplace and everyday
disagreements, but to see the people I have come to admire
turn into no one I care to call colleagues greatly
pains me. I wish to make a plea to the rest of the group that
this petty (off topic) bickering cease and we may get back to the one
love we all share, anthropology.

Jeromy J. Hill
Univ of Michigan, Ann Arbor

> >But Rubster ... this is the very question I asked you that you ignored and
> >later labeled in your lofty wisdom as feminist-baiting. <snip lots of
> >obnoxious trash>
> >
> I've lurked on this list for a month or two now, and all's I can say is -
> respectfully submitted, MY ASS. I join the crowd fleeing this list. -- Jane
> H.