Friends (RE: Oil, and the world beyond)
H.W.Fluks at kpn.com
Fri Jun 15 11:51:08 CEST 2001
(Sorry folks, yet another e-mail that's not about Disney comics. I'll make
it as short as possible.)
> I don't think anyone would disagree
> that friends are not friends at all if they sit back and say
> nothing when
> companions are attacked. That silence could even be
> interpreted as possible agreement with the criticism.
There is no need for a friend to defend a person if that person is capable
of defending himself. It only confuses the discussion (especially if it's an
e-mail discussion, where you can't hear voices or see facial expressions).
People start mixing up who said what and why. See that HorizonHse's recent
You know I have friends myself here, who were heavily attacked in the past.
By each other, in fact.
I tried everything possible to help them, and didn't succeed, so I stopped
trying. But I hope no-one is interpreting any silence from my side as an
agreement with anything.
> Go ahead -- make a liar outta me.
No, that's not true. 8-)
"Some make chaos, others toys"
"I'd rather be on horseback"
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