Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Philip Young (
26 May 1995 17:27:05 GMT

In article <Admin.0xq5@oubliette.COM>,
Panopticon@oubliette.COM (Eric Shook) writes:
|> In article <3or8a8$> (Philip Young) writes:
|> > Gil, I've admired your first-class trollery, the sustained,
|> > feigned high dudgeon, the carefully artless adolescent or
|> > sophomoronic sophistry. It's been a veritable opera worthy of
|> > the great master, A. Abian, himself.
|> Is that the _same_ A. Abian that is argued to have split off from
|> A. Afarensis, or from A. Africanus?
|> (Futile attempt at returning to anthropology.....sorry, just
|> thought that I might give it the go, you know!)

Hmmm, a race apart ...?

Actually, I want to make a sincere, public retraction. Gil's
tirades are *NOT* worthy of the good Dr. Abian. Whatever one
might think of the style or content of the latter's postings,
they are unfailingly polite. He, at least, is a gentleman.

Philip R. Young |

"It is the lurid intermixture of the two that produces the
illuminating blaze of the infernal regions."

- Nathaniel Hawthorne, "Rappaccini's Daughter"