I think I did start it, yes, and my sincerest apologies for that. I meant
nothing by it, and would like to go on record saying that:
1 - The existance of transrodents is/will be of great benefit to humanity
2 - The use of the word conspiracy was ill judged, given the negative
conotations; Grand Vision might be more appropriate
3 - May our squeaky masters prosper in their divine rulership of all known
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Davis" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2001 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: transrodent conspiracy
> Alejandro Carrasquilla (email@example.com), on Sun Mar 11 2001 -
> 12:18:07 MST writes:
> >I appreciate replies from Jeff Davis and Eugene.Leitl, particularly
> >"transrodent conspiracy" new concept. I think philosopher´s job is the
> >concepts creation. Not so bad, Jeff.
> Thanks Alejandro, but it's an old thread that I'm just revisiting because
> of the recent 'mouse with human brain cells' announcement. The credit for
> originating this bit of extropian humor belongs, I believe, to Emlyn O'
> Regan. Not sure though. Anyone care to confirm who started the
> 'transrodent conspiracy'?
> Best, Jeff Davis
> "Everything's hard till you know how to do it."
> Ray Charles
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