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Sunday, June 20, 2004

This just in...

I was all set to post a fairly monumental personal revelation... a 'coming out' of sorts, but then I read this and decided it was much more important than anything I might have to say.

Thanks to USS Clueless via Beth's Contradictory Brain for the link.

Plenty of time for me to 'out' myself tomorrow (stop back... you won't be disappointed). In the mean time, follow that link in the first sentence, above!

Have a nice day.

Posted by David Bogner on June 20, 2004 | Permalink

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An interesting read, thank you for bringing this up and shelve your 'outing'.

You know what always annoys me with reads of this kind...why is the source lost in one or another mysterious way? Suddenly no one remembers where they got it from? Maybe that is to concentrate on the message rather than on the "camp", but scientifically spoken, this makes it hard to use this text as reliable, authentic source. Sad. [Yes, I followed the credits and saw the effort of tracking back the source :)]

p.b. thank you for the gmail lecture, clarified some things. I might join in, then...

Posted by: mademoiselle a. | Jun 20, 2004 2:07:07 PM

Yes, I am always troubled when faced with the prospect of distributing information whose source has been accidentally or deliberately lost.

In this case, the information was so compelling, and the internal facts were each able to stand on their own merit, so I felt it was appropriate to share.

Posted by: David | Jun 20, 2004 3:58:10 PM

I've never read anything that put the 'problems' in the Middle East in such a clear and concise perspective before. I particularly enjoyed how the author illustrated how Israel is not the root of all problems, despite what many would have us believe. That was most excellent, whoever happened to write it.

Posted by: Jan | Jun 21, 2004 2:29:25 PM

Thanks for dropping by Jan (and for the mention on your blog).

As I said earlier, I was loathe to share sometinig without proper attribution, but the facts were all correct, so I figured, "what the heck".

Sometimes the truth speaks for itself.

Posted by: David | Jun 21, 2004 2:36:47 PM

Dear David,
Thank you for posting this just in. I put it into my site, a pretty much home-grown collection on Israel. I invite you to visit.
Sincerely Yours,
Charles Kemp
Old East Dallas, Texas

Posted by: Charles Kemp | Jun 22, 2004 5:53:20 AM

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