Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"

Philip Young (
30 May 1995 13:30:01 GMT

In article <>, (Gil Hardwick) writes:
|> In article <3q5319$>, Philip Young ( writes:
|> >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.
|> Oh, I'm a gentleman sure enough, Philip. Known far and wide as such.
|> I just make it a special point of being rude and obnoxious here, to
|> y'all Amurkuns polluting these bandwidths with your unrelenting crud.
|> As your crowd sets the standards of behaviour, don't complain about it
|> being mirrored back at you. Y'hear? Y'all y'all . . .

Tch, tch, not only stereotyping, but getting it wrong as well!
Note my organisation (which, of course, has nothing whatsoever
to do with the existence or content of my posts). And here's
a hint, may be a bit subtle for you but I have faith:

I can see the Sydney Harbour Bridge from where I live. What
city do I live in? For bonus points: what country?

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"