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Likadam wrote: > > Hey Beamon - why dont you give your big mouth a rest. You are spoiling > this fine Leica Forum with your ego trips. Take a leave of absence from the > LUG for a while and stop annoying us with your personal grudges and > naturalistic photography rhetoric. > > Adam > > Roger Beamon > Naturalist & Photographer > Leica Historical Society Of America > mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > > Thought for the day: > Who needs rhetorical questions? > >> > In a message dated 97-10-31 19:14:01 EST, email@example.com writes: > mejac.palo-alto.ca.us > >> > I don't believe that for a minute, Alf. If true, then it is misleading > as hell. If true, the opinion of many of the nations of the world would > be far better than the history of the nation shows. The favorite > composer of Hitler was Wagner! What could be more misleading? > > Now, see folks, this is getting pretty far afield from Leica. Yet, only > 8 people have responded privately with their interest in a photographic > philosophy list. Too few to pursue its establishment. And, it was > posted both here and on the Rollei List. If no more interest by the end > of this week, I'll abandon the idea. > - Roger Beamon > Naturalist & Photographer > Leica Historical Society Of America > mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org > > Thought for the day: > Who needs rhetorical questions? > > > Adam: I know that I'm not as eloquent a writer as many others on this site, and I also happen to be a lousey speller, but one thing I do know how to spell is "horses ass". If the horse shoe fits Adam, wear it.