Re: A typical scientist? (Re: Evidence . . . .
Gil Hardwick (email@example.com)
Sat, 20 May 1995 02:09:16 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Todd Michel McComb (email@example.com) writes:
>Yeah, that's closer to it... that and personal idiosyncracy, too
>much time on the hands, and of course the ever-popular closed-mindedness.
>I should also point out that the Hoover Institute is named after
>Herbert Hoover (whom you might find not to be such a bad guy) rather
>than J. Edgar.
Remarkable how successfully we can glean information out of you folks
from right around this other side of the planet, so long as we keep
going at it hard enough.
Now, this Herbert Hoover chap. Let me do some reading and discover a
bit more on what Professor McCarthy might be trying to achieve with
all his dogs savaging anybody so bold as to query what he is doing
disrupting our conferences with his constant crud.
I simply don't accpet that it is ONLY personal idiosyncracy and so
on, Todd. The pattern of behaviour is clear enough, sufficient to
raise our curiosity as to what else might be going on off-line over
there in the US.