Stephen Lajoie (
Sat, 11 Feb 1995 20:19:40 GMT

In article <3hcdkc$>,
Prince Nada) ( <thedavid> wrote:
>Frank Fujita ( wrote:
>: Lord Zilch ( wrote:
>: : I'm sure
>: : that I, or anyone else with decent software and an ax to grind,
>: : _could_ find correlations between "caucasianity" and vapid idiocy,
>: : child-molestation, political malfeasance and whatever other no-nos
>: : one might think of.
>: I will have to disagree with you about this. I regularly look for
>: particular correlations, and the data continually adjust my attitude.
>: Frequently I find correlations where I expected to find none, I find
>: no correlation where I was sure that one existed. In short, it is
>: not as easy to create scientific findings out of thin air as you present.
>SO! Please write a major social tract or two for serious
>consideration, especially if it might have influence on
>social policy. Your stuff certainly couldn't be worse than
>the claptrap I slam--and from your posting it sounds as if
>it might be an improvement on the likes of that stuff!
> Cheers,

You don't slam it, you make a spectical of yourself and lack the
ability to see that insulting jabs does more to embarass yourself than
prove a point.

>"Death is the end of life; ah, why
> Should life all labor be?
> Let us alone. Time driveth onward fast"
> - Tennyson

Steve La Joie