Re: Got a question mr. retired civil servant.

Abraham Moses Genen (
Sun, 31 Aug 1997 21:38:17 -0400

Abraham Moses Genen
Being dedicated to the future progress of humankind
should be the prime concern of all civilized beings.
Dear fellow Extropians,
Just a point of information that should be corrected.
My age mot withstanding, I am not fully retired.
I still go to my office and work when I am not doing research or teaching.
Occasionally, I'll even get my hands messy changing a grandchild's diaper.
From: Dan Clemmensen <>
Subject: Re: Got a question mr. retired civil servant.
Date: Saturday, August 30, 1997 10:15 PM

Eric Watt Forste wrote:
> This is especially the case where I live, in California, because
> we have an extensive system of initiative and referendum which
> requires a great deal of research to participate in in a meaningful
> way. Of course, research is not literally *required*, so the
> results of the elections are sometimes a bit surrealistic. I
> suppose that's why I like living in California. I've always been
> fond of surrealism, and I find the political environment here
> to be quite Daliesque.
Is Dali running for governor, or are you proposing a write-in
campaign? ;-)