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Date: Fri, 12 Jul 2002 21:08:43 -0400
From: William Ansley 
Subject: Re: (urth) Silkicide

At 4:28 PM -0700 7/12/02, Michael Andre-Driussi wrote:
>While we have pondered "did he or didn't he?" over years past, and will do
>so into the future, still I think we can all agree that it is ambiguous.

So far I'm with you, yes.

>Likewise I'm reasonably sure that we can all agree that we are in the
>bleachers of the arena, and the referees made the call: they said the words
>(talk of combining two persons), they backed it up with actions (taking out
>the non-corporeal parts of Silk aged 40-something; transferring in Horn's
>non-corporeal parts; the download from Mainframe of Silk-23 later on may
>have been their doing or not, if it happened, that is).
>The umpires made their call.  This is not ambiguous.

Now you've lost me. Who are the referees/umpires? And why Silk-*23*? 
I don't mean to be irritating, but I could use some clarification.

William Ansley


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