Re: A typical scientist? (Re: Evidence . . . .

William S. Lawson (
22 May 1995 15:16:31 GMT

In article <>, (Gil Hardwick) writes:
|> In article <>, Kai Henningsen ( writes:
|> >
|> >A really neat self-*plonk*.
|> >
|> >Kai
|> You don't speak English very well, do you Mr Henningsen. Must be your
|> second language, no doubt.
|> Pity Danish is spoken by so few; I mean, a language so fundamentally
|> irrelevant to international affairs, else we would all be having as
|> much fun as you are making a complete idiot of yourself making out IN
|> FRONT OF THE WHOLE WORLD that your own extremely limited linguistic
|> capacity is somehow the fault of a native English speaker.
|> Just piss off, eh!

Um well, actually, "de" stands for Deutchland, i.e. Germany. Are you sure
you've got it straight who is making a fool of himself?
-- Bill Lawson