brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Dan Holzman holzman at panix.com
Tue Sep 3 14:01:15 EST 2002


In article <0P6d9.42789$Ic7.3238854 at news2.west.cox.net>,
John Knight <jwknight at polbox.com> wrote:
>
>You "debunked" nothing.  All you did was prove you didn't, don't, and never
>will comprehend the simple point.
>
>"Holzman, party of one, your table is ready".
>
>Remember?
>
>http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&selm=3458E333.6F
>BA8381%40home.net

The post you cite refers to one from you to me regarding Affirmative
Action.  (It's worth noting that you asked then, on 30 October 1997
how long AA would survive after California's Prop. 209.  THe answer
would appear to be 5 years and going strong...)

In any event, it doesn't address my debunking of your fraudulent
claims that men pay "more than 100%"[sic] of taxes.

Do you pull these out at random, hope that that people won't check
your reference, or is it actually clinical schizophrenia that leads
you to respond with cites that have nothing to do with the topic at
hand?

>That's why the latest poll shows that 89% want to exile you jews. The
>Christian population is taking action, as we speak.  All your jew whining
>about 911 and nasty A-RABS won't hold us back from resolving the problem for
>one second  http://christianparty.net/poll.htm

89% of those taking the poll at your web site?  Was that you and 88%
of the voices in your head, or you did you tabulate everyone
responding to your poll as chosing the answer you wanted, as you did
with the Manifesto itself?

>Of course you don't believe this poll.  But you also didn't believe our poll
>which showed that 66% wanted to end affirmative action.  And even after aa
>was banned by 66% of the voters in California who voted for Prop 209, you
>still didn't believe that aa was over, did you?  

I've got no problem believing that 66% of California, or even 66% of
the USA wants to end affirmative action.  That doesn't lead to a
conclusion that it's over.  Given that AA is still going strong,
it would appear I'm justified in that belief.




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