Time Magazine: Man of the Millennium

Warrl kyree Tale'sedrin postmaster at 127.0.0.1
Thu Oct 1 00:04:31 EST 1998


Joe Cosby wrote in alt.memetics:

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>On Wed, 30 Sep 1998 02:17:13 GMT, Warrl kyree Tale'sedrin wrote about Re: Time Magazine: Man of the Millennium:
>> Rob Barris wrote in alt.memetics:
>> 
>> >In article <6urfc0$p3t$1 at news02.btx.dtag.de>, mawa at iname.com wrote:
>> >
>> >> For example, consider Hitler. He is the product of an atmosphere of extremism
>> >
>> >Oh no, the thread's over already?
>> 
>> I don't think so, and in this regard I think we find reason for
>> optimism about humanity.
>> 
>> Among all those who lived in this CENTURY, while he may not have the
>> greatest impact of all, surely he is among the top few... but over
>> this MILLENNIUM he's nothing, and no such destructive individuals are
>> worthy of consideration.  They just don't measure up.
>
>IMHO Hitler's greatest 'impact', as time passes, will be as an example
>of the dangers of fascism.  An example of what to avoid.
>
>A massive influence, but certainly not what anyone would consider
>'Man of the Millenium'.

I do believe that this is more or less what I said...

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