DCML digest, Vol 1 #564 - 12 msgs
danshane at bellsouth.net
Thu Jun 14 22:10:57 CEST 2001
WILLIAM PRICE WROTE:
> Then he... (Don Rosa)... says, what can you expect from someone who
can’t spell. Same fallacy: my spelling ability doesn’t prove or
disprove my statements. Worse, the most Mr. Rosa can make from the evidence
is that I can’t type, not that I can’t spell – or that my
spell check isn’t working. That’s irrelevant, too.
AND I REPLY:
I'm the one who impugned your spell-checker, not Don. Give credit where
it's due, Mr. ’.
THEN Mr. PRICE CONTINUES:
> Sixth, Mr. Rosa insinuates, both in his first reply and again in his
second email about this, that my statements can’t be true because I
didn’t sign my name to my email.
AND I ADD:
Again, that was me.
(danshane at bellsouth.net)
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