Re: ECON: What Jim Legg doesn't understand

Michael Lorrey (
Sat, 01 Feb 1997 15:17:53 -0500

Jim Legg wrote:
> > computational information flow is in the price signals. If you
> > destroy that, then you can kiss your Overmind goodbye.
> I don't know about you but my computer has long since lost price signals
> and its total recall computational information flow has increased 10,000
> fold and is lean. Does any one else have this experience? Let's alleviate
> our talk so as to NOT perilously expose the dirty laundry, [we all know...]
> hidden behind the "ruling class" price system. Remember, this is a family
> list and we should both agree there are truths the mundanes' need memetic
> conditioning in before learning.
> It ain't over till the fat metazoan sings!!!

Excuse me? Gee now we have leftist conspiracy theorists. I can't
disagree with you more. I would like to hear of ANY qualifications you
may have for you to express and credible opinions on economics.

It sound to me like you graduated from the Castro SChool of Propaganda
and Paranoia.


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