Yoon Ha Lee wrote:

> On Thu, 7 Sep 2000, Thomas R. Wier wrote:
> > Yoon Ha Lee wrote:
> >
> > > On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Mike Adams wrote:
> > >
> > > > Sort of like the Wofir hypotesis? I know English still has some gender
> > > > usage, but we seem to have been loosing it over time. It maybe part of
> > > > our international flavor and popularity?
> > Mike:  for the sake of us all, please please *please* quote what you're
> > referring to, and cut out with the jargon! It makes you very difficult
> > to read and interpret.
> Agreed on the quoting part, at least.  If it's jargon I figure it's
> something I haven't learned yet.  :-/

No, be comforted!  Tom is referring to Mike Adams's peculiar style, I think, like
his use of "lingo" for "language" and his habit of writing in oblique sentence

We've asked him repeatedly to quote the material he's referring to, and he never
does.  I can only conclude that he's not interested in engaging in a dialogue
with anyone else on the list, but is content merely to add cryptic footnotes to
other people's discussions.  To each his own...