Rare condition incompatibility of public key
John W. Moore III
jmoore3rd at bellsouth.net
Mon Dec 1 10:47:00 CET 2008
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Robert J. Hansen wrote:
> Unfortunately, in my experience the overwhelming majority
> of users don't understand trust, don't want to understand trust, and run
> away screaming when asked to think about trust in a logical manner. You
> have to bring them to rationality slowly and in infinitesimally small doses.
"Bring them to rationality slowly & infinitesimally?" I'd rather hit My
thumb with a hammer. Frustration relief is more easily accomplished.
Discussions of 'Trust' rank up there with those surrounding Sex,
Religion & Politics; as soon as views on Trust are introduced a
subjective minefield has been entered. As soon as beliefs are
challenged the other party lays their ears back and closes their mind.
I am reminded of the ancient axiom "A man convinced against His will
remains unchanged forever still."
Just My 2 cents worth.
Timestamp: Monday 01 Dec 2008, 04:46 --500 (Eastern Standard Time)
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Comment: Public Key at: http://tinyurl.com/8cpho
Comment: Gossamer Spider Web of Trust: https://www.gswot.org
Comment: Homepage: http://tinyurl.com/yzhbhx
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