Why no Conferences in Boston?

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Wed Jan 21 19:39:33 EST 2004


"k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> I'd like to attend, but Las Vegas might as
> well be on Mars, as far as my means are
> concerned.
>
> Why are there =never= any Conference
> Announcements for =Boston= posted
> here in bionet.neuroscience?
>
> K. P. Collins

You know, Harvard, Radcliffe, Boston University,
Boston College, Regis, Welsley, Tufts, UMass,
Holy Cross, Worcester Polytechnical Institute...

No Conferences?

"Yeah, sure."

What's that? "Enroll!" ...?

I did.

I was told I couldn't do what I wanted to do.

I'm "Banned In Boston".

'Banned' no matter where I go.

Gees, 'louise'!

Folks 'think' there's anything that's actually
"hidden" in-there?

It's all been right-there, plain-to-see, all along.

Hasn't it?

Yup.

One either 'moves toward' Truth, or Truth
'moves away from' one.

It's a 'thermodynamic', around which there
exists no way.

So =STOP= 'pretending'.

Let's =DO= Science, =together=.

K. P. Collins

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