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Re: Word choice
At 11:07 AM -0500 10/24/98, Anonymous wrote:
>>Bee in the bonnet: A few days before CJ's arrest warrant was issued
>>the DoJ put out a study on the "Shared Traits of Potential Assassins:"
> * To achieve notoriety or fame.
> * To bring attention to a personal or public problem.
> * To avenge a perceived wrong; to retaliate for a perceived injury.
> * To end personal pain; to be removed from society; to be killed.
> * To save the country or the world; to fix a world problem.
> * To develop a special relationship with the target.
> * To make money.
> * To bring about political change.
>How does this differ from the motives of your ordinary politician?
Almost no politician (there are way too many i's in that word) is
there "To end personal pain; to be removed from society; to be killed."
>Post-revolution, will there be caliber limitations when hunting them?
"To sum up: The entire structure of antitrust statutes in this country is a
jumble of economic irrationality and ignorance. It is a product: (a) of a
gross misinterpretation of history, and (b) of rather na´ve, and certainly
unrealistic, economic theories." Alan Greenspan, "Anti-trust"
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