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Re: Linus, and whether tactfulness has any value

From: Alfred M. Szmidt
Subject: Re: Linus, and whether tactfulness has any value
Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2005 16:34:03 +0100

   > >Beside that, many Europeans seem to practice a blunt, abrupt
   > >style of speech.
   > Very true, and on the whole it's a good thing I think.

   It might also party explain why there's been several thousands of
   years of European wars.  ;-)

And it also explains why we don't have a facist for president who
cheated in the elections, a president that sends people to jail
without a fair trail, a president who violates international laws, a
president that attacks other countries without any basis whatsoever.

(You might want to read abit about history while you are at it, Europe
has existed for a bit longer than USA; if you compare the last 500
years you will see that the USA have been the country who has been in
war the most)

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