brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
ohsojourner at aol.com
Sun Jul 14 20:13:59 EST 2002
Hope Munro Smith wrote:
>"Parse Tree" <parsetree at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>"John Knight" <johnknight at usa.com> wrote in message news
>>>Do you know what's wrong with your list of names? They were hired
>>>during the era of affirmative action. Do you know what that does to
>>>their reputation, no matter whay you may think about it? It TAINTS
>>>them, for the rest of their lives. Even IF they're completely
>>>of the awards, the simple fact that the awards were handed out
>>>during that affirmative action era discredits each and every one of
>>>them, forverer, throughout the rest of time.
>>It does no such thing. Logic isn't one of your strong points, is it?
>Apparently it isn't. I wonder what his GRE combined score is, and his
>score on the verbal, quantitative, and analytical sections are?
He probably neither does well on reading comprehension. Most of the
names I posted were of individuals who were hired years before The
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) which I assume he's referring to.
Perhaps that's just his auto-response tactic whenever he's faced with
evidence that refutes his claims.
Clearly, Mr. Knight is a prime example of a "patellar thinker" --
thinks with his kneecaps, not always his noggin.
(Question now is: are his kneecaps more massive than those of certain
feminists we know?)
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