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From: Peter Stewart <>
Subject: Re: Finis, Back To The Banu Qasi
Date: Sun, 10 Oct 2004 03:51:36 GMT
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D. Spencer Hines wrote:
> "...the cohones [sic] to admit it."
> Peter Stewart -- Flummoxed, Self-Appointed Master of Languages
> --------Cordon Sanitaire-------------------
> Peter Stewart is no more literate in Spanish than he is in Portuguese.
> He's just continuing to dig a deeper hole for himself.
Trying to turn your problems back on me is not going to relieve your
humiliation, Spencer, any more than Chico's corny attempt to wrap
himself in a mantle of injured innocence.
The term "cohones", as I already explained to your fellow semi-literate,
has been adopted into English usage.
I write in English for SGM readers, as do you.
But, unlike you, I am not in any hole.
Remember the tripe you posted just two days ago - I quote: 'NON SEQUITUR
literally means -- "it [the logic] is NOT being followed"'.
Your failure to acknowledge this can only throw a deep shade of doubt
over your judgment and integrity, and in the future over your
prognostications on every other medieveal subject from your purported
reading of sources in their original, authorial texts - apparent
charlatanry in a Richardsonian degree, I'm sorry to say.
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