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rlim 22nd May 2006 05:31 AM

John Curl's pdf article
Can someone point me to JC's pdf article which is titled something like conventional wisdom....? I found it and downloaded it late last night and read till page 12 before deciding I was too tired to carry on. Being tired, I didn't know what I did when I shut the computer down. And now after searching my computer and in the different newsgroups for more than 3 hours, I give up.

Please help.


boholm 24th May 2006 11:26 AM

The only place I've seen it:

U have to be a member thou' !

jan.didden 24th May 2006 11:36 AM


Originally posted by boholm
The only place I've seen it:

U have to be a member thou' !

Please note that these are extracts from highjacked discussions on THIS forum, with the contributions of the members removed.

Apart from the fact that some basic issues of decency and fairness have been trampled, it does give a one-sided and unbalanced view without the arguments and counter arguments that were part of the discussions.

If you search on this forum, you will find our original discussions with the contributions of our members, rather than the censored version. And anybody has access here, of course.

Jan Didden

PMA 24th May 2006 11:58 AM

Agreed. Thank you for these words, Jan.

peranders 24th May 2006 12:10 PM

What was it about?

JensRasmussen 24th May 2006 12:42 PM


You can download it from here:


jan.didden 24th May 2006 12:45 PM

Read the discussion on this forum with Mr. C involved. Take out all other peoples arguments, reasonings and viewpoints, keep the ideas of the members that are useful but present them as your own, and put it together in one file.

That's what it is all about. The same as the discussions in this forum, except heavily censored. And that is an understatement.

Oh, and I forgot. To avoid that there will still be opposing views and arguments, put it in a closed area so counter-arguments can be blocked and endorsements can get trough. A politicians dream.

Jan Didden

pinkmouse 24th May 2006 12:49 PM


I think I'll close the thread here, as the original poster has had his question answered. After all, we don't want to get into a pointless debate about the policies of another website, do we? ;)

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