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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Judith of Lens
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 1999 09:38:39 -1000
1. You've not dealt with any of the substantive issues I've raised
concerning your snide remarks about Colonel Charles Hansen and his
genealogical work, because you have no defense.
2. Lose the peek-a-boo writing style. For a twelve-year-old girl it
works --- not for a grown man.
3. Quit bad-mouthing other genealogists like Colonel Hansen and
backing and filling on substantive issues with Paul Reed such as the
proper translation of the Latin 'amicus' --- you looked like a total
charlatan in that exchange.
D. Spencer Hines
Lux et Veritas
D. Spencer Hines --- Sir Robert De Lesseps: "She is a beauty, my lord,
as would take a king to church for a dowry of a nutmeg."; Lord Wessex:
"My plantations in Virginia are not mortgaged for a nutmeg. I have an
ancient name that will bring you preferment when your grandson is a
Wessex. Is she fertile?; Sir Robert: "She will breed. If she do not,
send her back."; Lord Wessex: "Is she obedient?; Sir Robert: "As any
mule in Christendom. But if you are the man to ride her, there are
rubies in the saddlebag."; Lord Wessex: "I like her" --- "Shakespeare
In Love" ; Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard; p. 42.
Dcrdcr4 <> wrote in message
> Spencer: Your post doesn't even vaguely resemble anything involved
> matter on which I posted. If you are unable to stay on topic,
> from commenting. I also recommend you see a therapist. The
> display in twisting words out of context is unnatural. The board is
> place to resolve your personal issues. I feel sorry for you. Best
> Douglas Richardson
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