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

Gil Hardwick (
Wed, 24 May 1995 01:53:43 GMT

In article <3pq9sf$>, William S. Lawson ( writes:
>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

No, I wasn't sure but you have put me straight, Bill! Plainly I know
as much about what goes on over there as you know of what goes on
way down under here.

As you find no need to apologise for being so ignorant, why, I'll not
bother either. Yes?

In the meantime, I really don't have any problem with the Danes. They
are not such a bad crowd. Knowing that Herr Henningsen is German, on
the other hand, merely makes it that much easier to put him back in
his place, yes?

No problem, we can think of a lot more fun to have with the Germans
were any more of them to decide to wade here like Herr Henningsen to
abuse ppeople from other countries merely wanting access to these
facilities as a means of contact with their peers and colleagues.

In the meantime, while you Amurkuns take it upon yourselves to set the
rules, don't complain that it doesn't quite turn out they way you may
have wanted it to be. You insult and abuse us, we'll simply go along
with the fun, eh?