X-Message-Number: 10409
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 1998 09:06:02 -0400 (EDT)
From: Charles Platt <>
Subject: Thomas Donaldson

On Fri, 11 Sep 1998, Thomas Donaldson wrote:

> As for the issue of working out just what must be preserved, I'm sorry
> you don't read PERIASTRON because it deals with the kind of information
> which allows us to form better and better ideas on that question:

Thomas, not everyone reads everything I write. Not everyone reads
everything you write. Such is life! I really don't think your bizarre
conclusions about my lack of appropriate interest in cryonics and/or the
probability of resuscitation of cryopatients were justified simply because
I asked you to stop sending me your little zine. 

> As for your inability to recover the message to which I was replying,

I am perfectly able to search Keith Lynch's archive.  I merely suggested
to you that if you are going to leap to conclusions that are sweeping, to
say the least, you might have the courtesy to quote the text to which you
are replying. I could go back and read my message, and your message, and I
still wouldn't know what you're responding to, because your response was
so inexplicable to me. 

> I do not 
> retract what I have said; I will discuss my posting once you have
> recovered your own.

Sorry, I have no time for this, and I see no point in it. I have provided 
you with ample documentation of my continuing active interest and 
participation in cryonics. If you choose to ignore that, and insist that 
your perception of me is accurate, there's not much I can do.


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