Olga said (inter alia):
>Love your sense of humor, Michael Butler!
>As for me, I've already decided to take what's left of my marbles and go
>home (i.e., I've spent all I have on the subject -- "all gone").
>I second the motion - re Russell Blackford's eloquent post expressing his
>reservations about "getting bogged down in interminable, energy-sapping
>debate with people whom I basically think of, or want to think of, as
>transhumanist allies." (Dear Russell, your thoughfulness, intelligence and
>humanity radiates through your writing. I appreciate you very much, for
>what it's worth.)
>And Damien - what can I say? - if there is a "fauxever" heaven, people like
>Damien would make it worthwhile and interesting and fun - love and
>happiness. Conversely, (and I regret saying this): if there's a
>hell, it will be filled with Ayn-Rand-collective drones.
Thanks for your words of appreciation, Olga. I hereby reciprocate! However,
I think it's a pity about the schemozzle with you and Lee this morning (my
time) because I think you are both good and reasonable people. Pat Innis
seemed likewise, despite the misunderstanding with Lee (which Lee must have
found frustrating), so I hope he delurks some more.
My last post to the list, in answer to one from Lee, bounced, so I might
just leave it there for tonite. There's lots to say, but the pre-post-human
body and brain are running out of energy (time to read for a while then go
"Ascend!" I say sleepily. :-)
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