User talk:Caroline Sanford

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De Beers : Thanks from 69.178.9.30[edit]

I appreciate your feedback. My friends call me Peter.

Userpage : Light rain of tiny yellow flowers[edit]

Stories in the Magic realism genre are almost always apocryphal. Check your source. :) Joestella 01:12, 20 December 2005 (UTC)

Noah's Ark : Skeptical objections[edit]

You are right - truly the article rambles and is disjointed, and I like the title of the section: "The Flood as Purported History" as a home for a lot of the gabby stuff about objections and replies.

Now for some good dialogues, see Plato, or George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman - these guys knew how to make philosophical questions glow with dialogue I would not call "concocted."

I am frightened by that number 59% you give, but I believe it. I read someplace that 40% or more of Americans believe we never landed on the Moon. And then G.W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld seemingly paid a large sum of money to Mr. Rocco Martino, a discredited Italian businessman and former purveyor of so-called "spy data" to the French and to the Italian intelligence service (SISMI), as recompense for providing fake documents saying that Iraq had bought yellowcake Uranium from Niger.

"Oh when will they ever learn."

Thanks Carrionluggage 19:07, 7 December 2005 (UTC)

Do you think you might fix up Noah's Ark soon? I think you can do it with less friction than occurs when I do it. Thanks Carrionluggage 17:28, 10 December 2005 (UTC)

Userpage and Munich : A drive-by compliment[edit]

Great quote on your user page. :) tregoweth 19:16, 4 November 2005 (UTC)

I think I'll add to that. I saw your involvement on the talk page of Munich, and am pleased to see someone as cool-headed on such a tumultuous page. Edward Grefenstette 11:42, 31 May 2006 (UTC)

References and archives[edit]

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