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Re: Yuri's smoking guns (was: Testing Gourd Diffusion?
- Subject: Re: Yuri's smoking guns (was: Testing Gourd Diffusion?
- From: email@example.com (Yuri Kuchinsky)
- Date: 31 Dec 1996 19:17:07 GMT
- Newsgroups: sci.archaeology.mesoamerican
- Organization: Internex Online (shell.io.org), Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Douglas Weller (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: On 29 Dec 1996 21:20:16 GMT, email@example.com (Yuri Kuchinsky) wrote:
: >Douglas Weller (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: >: Perhaps you owe others an apology, Yuri? After all, there was a notice
: >on the : Dejanews pages about this which you obviously missed, and we all
: >know what you : think about people who miss something in a post!
: >Well, today's search of DejaNews revealed that, up to Oct. 96, in the
: >newsgroup sci.archaeology.mesoamerican, there were
: >0 hits for the keyword "johannessen" and
: >1 hit for the keywords "economic botany" (in a post by J. Baker, this
: >summer) -- unrelated to the recent discussion.
: >Perhaps the apologies should be going the other way after all?
: Why? Are you accusing people of lying about the discussion? It took place,
: although I'm almost positive 'johannessen' wasn't in the subject field. I
: don't know why you didn't try maize, I don't know why you didn't try
: sci.archaeology. It might have been too far back for dejanews, but it
: definitely occurred!
You guys are just so phony!
So I did go to DejaNews again and did the search you suggested -- for 2
There was some not very interesting discussion about cotton, that's all I
could find... And you mean you discussed Johannessen's work seriously
_without_ mentioning Johannessen? How's this for a non sequitur?!
This is the kind of know-it-alls I have to deal with...
Your basic incompetence is evident even from the fact that it would have
taken you only a few minutes to do this search yourself -- instead of
making a complete fool of yourself...
=O= Yuri Kuchinsky in Toronto =O=
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