Re: The Real Place of Fuzziness in Anthropology
15 Aug 1996 18:25:15 -0600
In article <32139AE6.74CA@best.com>,
Joel and Lynn Gazis-Sax <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>>Still eating aborted fetuses, Bryant? Thought so!
>> Alright, sure, Joel, whatever. But I was trying to make a point about
>> the futility of partitioning an individual's genetic and environmental
>> influences. [snip]
>Pardon me, Bryant, but I think it is time for you to come to terms with[...]
>question /was/ downright hostile. If you don't like my flippancy, how[...]
>thread. But the way you and your mafia have treated me since my[...]
Alright, sure, Joel, whatever. But I was trying to make a point about
the futility of partitioning an individual's genetic and environmental
I'm thinking that this is like trying to reason with a drunk, Joel.
Can't be done. I never objected to your flippancy (I'm sure that
disappoints, after coming up with such a gem as "eating aborted
fetuses"), and I have no idea what you're ranting on about with regards
to the mafia. Free advice: calm down.