Length of contributions LO12179

Fri, 24 Jan 1997 18:31:02 -0500 (EST)

Replying to LO12115 --

In a message dated 97-01-23 01:49:17 EST, chau@rhonin.corp.sgi.com (Chau
Nguyen) writes:

<< But here, now, in this sanctuary, why must one filter one's thought? And
if this is not an *INTELLECTUAL SANTUARY*, then someone tell me what it
is!! >>

On one level the Internet and this list are indeed a sanctuary; the
government (probably--we live in different countries) isn't going to track
you down and prosecute you for what you say. In fact, no one really knows
if you are indeed who you say you are. On another level, it's the
opposite of a sanctuary in that your ideas, as you express them, are
vulnerable to scrutiny and likely criticism from anyone who reads your

-Dick Jacobs



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