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Subject: Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] I'm sure it's a coincidence, part n+1
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Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
> That is one of the errors you continually make, the problem with
> consonsant meaning. 87% of language is non-verbal, last I read.
I regret to have to break this to you, but 100% of language on mailing
lists is verbal, as interpretive dance doesn't transmit well.
> You clarely called me a bigot and the mayopr as well.
Funny thing, I've spent time in Brooklyn, and no, you're quite wrong in
implying that passive-aggressive attributing of insults to people who
didn't say them is part of your local culture. In Brooklyn, people
generally just say exactly what they think with refreshing directness,
and assume if _you_ wanted to say something, you'd do it directly, too.
So, sorry, man, the passive-aggressive cultural thing isn't Brooklyn,
it's apparently just _you_.
I neither know nor care whether you or the Guiliani thug who likes to
use political power to push around blacks is on account of racism or
some other reason. I continue to not give a goddamn about the reason:
It's entirely irrelevant. The point is the pattern of abuse of
government power, the lawlessness that you irrationally call its
I'm sorry you have your punim stuck so far up your tuchis that you
didn't get that the first time, as that seemed hapless. Your refusing
to get it and ignoring the _actual_ point now seems deliberate, so
you're wasting my time and I'm going to just end that.
> This is bullshit.
People doing wrongful things in pursuit of political power never happens?
Gosh, who knew?
Talk about projection.
> The reason that event happened....
I wasn't talking about 'the reason that happened.' I was talking about
Guiliani deliberately inciting a police riot. That's a fact.
Your attempting to blame a police riot on the incumbent major is
pathetic and delusional. ('The major made us riot!')
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