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To: Jacques Chitte who wrote (163)4/1/1999 12:15:00 AM
From: Jacques Chitte
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A place to put this for safekeeping.

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To: Jacques Chitte who wrote (164)4/6/2000 9:11:00 PM
From: Jacques Chitte
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and this too: ©

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To: Don Pueblo who started this subject12/31/2000 3:27:47 PM
From: jmhollen
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"..Happy New Year, ya'll............."!!

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To: Jacques Chitte who wrote (157)5/6/2001 7:48:58 PM
From: Don Pueblo
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What's that? I must have dozed off. Sorry.

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To: Jacques Chitte who wrote (165)6/8/2002 9:26:17 AM
From: Don Pueblo
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The Big Scientist Party

Everyone gravitated toward Newton, but he just kept moving around at a
constant velocity and showed no reaction.

Einstein thought it was a relatively good time.

Coulomb got a real charge out of the whole thing.

Cavendish wasn't invited, but he had the balls to show up anyway.

Cauchy, being the only mathematician there, still managed to integrate well
with everyone.

Thompson enjoyed the plum pudding.

Pauli came late, but was mostly excluded from things, so he split.

Pascal was under too much pressure to enjoy himself.

Ohm spent most of the time resisting Ampere's opinions on current events.

Hamilton went to the buffet tables exactly once.

Volt thought the social had a lot of potential.

Hilbert was pretty spaced out for most of it.

Heisenberg may or may not have been there.

The Curies were there and just glowed the whole time.

van der Waals forced himself to mingle.

Wien radiated a colorful personality.

Millikan dropped his Italian oil dressing.

de Broglie mostly just stood in the corner and waved.

Hollerith liked the hole idea.

Stefan and Boltzman got into some hot debates.

Everyone was attracted to Tesla's magnetic personality.

Compton was a little scatter-brained at times.

Bohr ate too much and got atomic ache.

Watt turned out to be a powerful speaker.

Hertz went back to the buffet table several times a minute.

Faraday had quite a capacity for food.

Oppenheimer got bombed.

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To: Don Pueblo who wrote (168)6/8/2002 1:29:39 PM
From: S. maltophilia
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and...
Everyone revolved around Ptolemy.
Kepler was a bit eccentric.
The Curies glowed.
Fermi split.
Kirk & Watson spiraled around.
DeBakey & Barnard danced their hearts out.

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To: S. maltophilia who wrote (169)10/2/2004 8:13:19 PM
From: Jacques Chitte
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He asked for some change.
I found two bits. He spurned them.
I still have the quarter.

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To: Don Pueblo who wrote (168)7/30/2007 1:23:38 AM
From: Jacques Chitte
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And Lavoisier had a gas.

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To: Grainne who wrote (141)7/30/2007 1:44:01 AM
From: Jacques Chitte
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Grainne:
It's been nine years; can you believe it? In any case I have just looked at this exchange, and only one word comes to my mind.
Sorry!
I had no intention of participating ina flame skirmish. And yet, incontrovertibly, I did just that. The doctors have a nice neat "syndrome" that explains how such a successful (until 2001/06, the Collapse) intellect can be yoked to an effectively stillborn capacity to "read" the nonverbal cues of anyone else.

So be reassured: This is not the Grammar thread, and I will do my utmost to practice patience: downplay the format and concentrate on the message. I hope this'll work.

Cheers and thanks, LRR

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To: Jacques Chitte who wrote (172)10/24/2007 11:12:04 PM
From: Jacques Chitte
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I am wondering if this might be a good place to deposit autobiographical and philosophical musings. My health has become a sometime thing, and there have been times recently when I was convinced that I was in the ten-items-or-less line. Also, I am suffering from progressive memory loss. If I use this independent backwater of the Web as my notebook, at least some mark of my convictions, passions and general self-delusions will survive me ... especially if the slow, insidious progression suddenly turns into a powered dive.
I am leaving this post here for a spell, in the hope that old friends from a more innocent and community-spirited epoch in the evolution of the Silicon Infestation might drop by and say Do this, or Don't do this, or You can do this better; I suggest (_____). Chance surfers are also welcome, so lomg as you might respect my request to keep all opinions honest and courteous. I am grown weak; I ask that consideration. The floor is yours ~
cheers j. chitte

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