[uf-discuss] geo - accuracy of coordinates
timber at lava.net
Tue Oct 3 03:12:14 PDT 2006
On Oct 2, 2006, at 10:13 PM, Andy Mabbett wrote:
> In message <B2956315-3B04-4932-94CF-6AE8EB23C20C at lava.net>, Colin
> Barrett <timber at lava.net> writes
>> On Oct 2, 2006, at 12:56 PM, Andy Mabbett wrote:
>>> In message <a815b94c830d4dfb35ebbfdb57523786 at technorati.com>, Kevin
>>> Marks <kmarks at technorati.com> writes
>>>> Andy, you're missing the point.
>>> No, I'm not.
>>> That's not a point, that's a conditional conjecture.
>>>> We don't
>>> Who don't?
>> Instead of criticizing the structure of his argument, why not reply
>> the content?
> Perhaps you missed th fact that I did.
Minimally, at best.
"No I'm not," is, I suppose, criticizing the content, yes, but not in
a constructive, or useful way. If you can't do this, then just don't
"That's not a point, that's a conditional conjecture." Structural
argument. Again, completely unhelpful to anyone. See above.
"Who don't?" Your pedantry is becoming quite grating. If something is
unclear, it's fine to point it out, but then you could go on after
making a logical assumption about what he meant.
I don't think I'm the only person on this list who is more than a
little annoyed by your antics as of late. I have no problem with your
ideas, and I think many of them are useful. However, you seem to be
very resistant to debating things with others, which is the entire
point of this list. If everyone on this list behaved the way you do,
we would be spewing "No I don't"s "Yes you do"s at each other until we
were blue in the face.
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