Mon Mar 31 04:13:02 2003
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* Robin Lynn Frank <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2003.03.30 18:03 -0800]:
> On Sunday 30 March 2003 10:53, J Irving wrote:
> > Just so no-one thinks this is representative of everyone on this
> > alias, for the record, I feel entirely comfortable with the
> > message on the gnupg.org website. This is a Free Software
> > project. Free Software is political, like it or not (as are many
> > other aspects of life that people would rather not "politicize").
> > If "professionalism" means keeping morality out of daily
> > discourse, I hope I never achieve it. Our lives are already
> > sanitized enough.
> > cheers
> > j
> Not to be argumentative, but if "morality" means sitting back and allowing a
> regime that has had a history of using poison gas on its own people and
> torching it's neighbor's major financial assets, go merrily on its way, then
> I hope we never become moral.
I expressed no opinion at all about the morality of the war. I
was speaking of moral discourse, not any particular position.
So you aren't being argumentative, at least not with me.
I must review my disbelief in angels.
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