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Can you believe it? First Boltar and Nick H accused me of being too
strongly anti-car. Now the u.r.c lot are accusing me of being too
strongly pro-car! (*sigh*) Only on Usenet...




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Can you believe it? First Boltar and Nick H accused me of being too
strongly anti-car. Now the u.r.c lot are accusing me of being too
strongly pro-car! (*sigh*) Only on Usenet...


That'll teach you for mentioning the c-word.

Are you trying to have a balanced opinion about cars then? I'm sure
that's forbidden somewhere :-)

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--- Dave Arquati said:

Are you trying to have a balanced opinion about cars then? I'm
sure that's forbidden somewhere :-)


LOL!!! As long as I'm offending everybody equally, I must be getting
something right!



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LOL!!! As long as I'm offending everybody equally, I must be getting
something right!


Do you work for the BBC? Normally they're the only ones being accused of
bias by both sides simultaneously.
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Adrian wrote:
Do you work for the BBC? Normally they're the only ones being accused of
bias by both sides simultaneously.


But in the BBC's case it's justified!
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gurgled happily, sounding much like they were saying :

Do you work for the BBC? Normally they're the only ones being accused
of bias by both sides simultaneously.


But in the BBC's case it's justified!


They're biased against everybody? Isn't that "impartial"?
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Do you work for the BBC? Normally they're the only ones being accused
of bias by both sides simultaneously.


But in the BBC's case it's justified!


They're biased against everybody? Isn't that "impartial"?


Well it would be, but we'll make an exception for the BBC. ;-)
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On Sat, 16 Oct 2004, Dave Arquati wrote:

Solar Penguin wrote:

Can you believe it? First Boltar and Nick H accused me of being too
strongly anti-car. Now the u.r.c lot are accusing me of being too
strongly pro-car! (*sigh*) Only on Usenet...


That'll teach you for mentioning the c-word.

Are you trying to have a balanced opinion about cars then? I'm sure
that's forbidden somewhere :-)


Indeed. In fact, on usenet, one should strive to be positively unbalanced.

tom

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Tom Anderson wrote:
On Sat, 16 Oct 2004, Dave Arquati wrote:

Solar Penguin wrote:

Can you believe it? First Boltar and Nick H accused me of being too
strongly anti-car. Now the u.r.c lot are accusing me of being too
strongly pro-car! (*sigh*) Only on Usenet...


That'll teach you for mentioning the c-word.

Are you trying to have a balanced opinion about cars then? I'm sure
that's forbidden somewhere :-)


Indeed. In fact, on usenet, one should strive to be positively
unbalanced.


Do you mean people on usenet aren't?


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Michael Hoffman ) gurgled
happily, sounding much like they were saying :

Do you work for the BBC? Normally they're the only ones being accused
of bias by both sides simultaneously.


But in the BBC's case it's justified!


They're biased against everybody? Isn't that "impartial"?


Well it would be, but we'll make an exception for the BBC. ;-)


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