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is this what you said?

Mar 18, 2002 06:26 PM
by Eldon B Tucker

At 09:05 PM 3/18/02 -0500, you wrote:
I'm saying that we're all more or less sort of reduced
to having to think for ourselves, essentially, whether
we choose to consciously acknowledge that, or not,
and so, because of that reductive bottom line, we
occasionally MIGHT, as per our interpretive
willingness, be capable of extracting
"worthwhileness" out of various posts, books,
articles, people, events, etc, "regardless," in a
sense---EVEN IF we might occasionally feel that
some offerings are erroneous, trolling, disinformational, etc.?

Do you mean to say:

Even if we would rather not acknowledge it, we have to
think for ourselves. There is something worthwhile in the
postings on the list. If willing, we can learn from others.
Some materials contain errors, disinformation, and result
from troll-like activity. Even so, we can get to their
bottom line and find what little value they contain.

(I took this as a challenge to see if I could sort out
what you said in the sentence above.)

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