Re: Gerold Firl and ethnographic data

Gerold Firl (
1 Oct 1996 23:59:01 GMT

In article <>, (Len Piotrowski) writes:

|> In article <52jb5g$> (Bryant) writes:

|> >I was simply making the point that if you ask for a reference and get
|> >one, you don't have a lot to whine about, so long as it covers the topic.

|> Unfortunately, most of what Firl assigns to this reference is wrong or
|> fraudulent.

"Assigns"? What I "assign" to _profiles in ethnology_? You're getting
more incoherant as we go. Are you claiming that I am misrepresenting
elman service, or that _profiles_ is "wrong or fraudulent"? I'd like
to see you substantiate either one. Show an instance where I have
wrongfully or fraudulantly "assigned" (sic) something, or where the
book is "wrong or fraudulent".

Here's a scientific prediction: you won't be able to do it.

Disclaimer claims dat de claims claimed in dis are de claims of meself,
me, and me alone, so sue us god. I won't tell Bill & Dave if you won't.
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