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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bullard, Claude L (Len) [mailto:len.bullard@intergraph.com] 
> Sent: Friday, August 12, 2005 10:01 AM
> To: 'Doug Rudder'; 'Alan Gutierrez'
> Cc: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
> Subject: RE: [xml-dev] Is Web 2.0 the new XML?
> Fine.  Let them come to your schools.  Not mine. 
> I love my children too much to give in to the sophistry of 
> the boobs who want to pervert their minds to satisfy their 
> lust for power.
> There is no debate, Doug.  It's not science.  It's religion.  
> Teach it in a comparative religion class with other 
> faith-based theories of creation, and I've no problem with 
> such electives.  Teach it as science and you are committing a 
> crime against humanity.  
> Don't make apologies for me.  I post that with no 
> reservations or hesitation.
> len
> From: Doug Rudder [mailto:drudder@drugfacts.com]
> This is the single most offensive post I've ever read (which 
> is a shame since it comes from someone I've always respected). 
> One can make (and many scientists have made) a solid, 
> logical, and truly scientific argument that evolutionary 
> theory itself is more religion than science. Your comments 
> are extremely religious in nature; you've taken unproven 
> theory and portrayed it as the One Truth, condemning all 
> other positions as superstitions and its practitioners as 
> mindless, evil, "hideously perverse" morons instead of caring 
> parents and intelligent human beings. I guess what is most 
> disappointing is that someone who seems to advocate broad 
> thinking could be so narrow minded and spiteful. So much for 
> scientific method and objectivity. This is the "I'm right and 
> you're stupid so shut up" method of argument.
> I apologize to members of this list. This is not the place 
> for non-XML debates and religious fervor (which includes 
> *BOTH* sides of the debate). 
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