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Re: [ox-en] Walther

1. Dont call em Sir - ever!
2. I didnt call you a name - I asked you if you were the Nazi Paul spoke of?
3. Explain this:
4. Also is your wife, the one we are to feel sorry for, the one who you dont 
live with and the police seem to not want you to contact ... ie the woman 
your kids live with? Or is she the landlady of that immoral man your kids 
live with?
5. Dont make us feel sorry for you with misrepresntations .... I am only 
interested as to whether free open source software developers (or some of 
them) should make political decisions....or simply pretend that they are 
6. I am not sure that Poor old Paul vilified anyone. Us English speaking 
people just have a way with language that Nth Americans find difficult 
sometimes...I think he accused you of having extremely distasteful right wing 
views - was he accurate in this ? the page and the links from tend to suggets it
7. the diary, well, have you heard of the "unstable digest" on nettime ... 
your diary sort of fits that desciption............

On Wednesday 25 February 2004 10:54, Jonathan Walther wrote:
On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 10:42:42AM [PHONE NUMBER REMOVED], Martin Hardie wrote:
So are you the Nazi??

Sir, I didn't call you names.  I will be ever so grateful if you extend
me the same courtesy.  I am the person Paul Bowman publicly vilified on
what he himself admitted were flimsy grounds.  Paul never met me, never
contacted me, and knows very little about me.  Now that I've found this
mailing list, he has a chance to show a reasonable side to his
personality, and correct that oversight.



"Mind you, I am not asking you to bear witness to what you believe false, 
which would be a sin, but to testify falsely to what you believe true - which 
is a virtuous act because it compensates for lack of proof of something 
that certainly exists or happened." Bishop Otto to Baudolino in Umberto Eco's 

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