From: Rakesh Bhandari (bhandari@BERKELEY.EDU)
Date: Sat May 06 2006 - 10:55:33 EDT
>Do you need some help locating the off-list correspondence of >April 22-23, 2006? If so, I can assist as I saved copies of all >of the messages. Then we can determine _who_ fabricated >stories against _whom_. This is not what I was talking about. You said to the advisory committee that someone had quit this list because of me. This was a malicious lie. That is among other reasons why you don't have any credibility with me. Allin, Fred, Cyrus and many others received the posts in which you made up that crap. Do you really want to bring them into this? This is why I have been avoiding it, even after I raised the problem. On the other issue, you have already admitted to the list that you may have googled Neocleous' paper though you don't remember doing so. I think it is very likely that you did (are we to believe that in a month long discussion on Marx and vampires that you never put those two words into google--cmon, that is what you do with your life!) and as I suggested in the first message you probably forgot the source of your ideas. It happens all the time. As I suggested to you, it happened to me in the discussion of double divergence. I thoguht it was my idea, then Allin reminded me that he had made the same point three or four years earlier. My response? Oops that's probably where I got the idea from. Rakesh > >In solidarity, Jerry > > >> > Oh please do remember Jerry, the stories you fabricated >> > against me for your own advisory committee. Should we rehash for the >list >> > this whole incident? I would be happy to. >> Go ahead. >> While you're at it, why don't you tell the list what you really >> charged me with? And tell us what P-R-O-O-F you have >> for that charge.
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