Posted by Ted (18.104.22.168) on January 31, 2001 at 18:52:42:
In Reply to: Two examples of how he does it posted by Daniel on January 31, 2001 at 18:39:37:
Claiming you made a "factual mistake" is kind of understating it, don't you think? Kind of like Nixon saying "I am not a crook" was a "factual mistake"? Or your telling us that when your father said "The procedure has not to his knowledge been performed before for clusters" he really meant that the procedure has DEFINITELY been done before for clusters? Now that is an interesting twisting of words.
And if I remember correctly, your apology for lying about the thousands being cured daily came only AFTER your father said it's never been performed on clusters. In other words, after your father outed your attempt at scamming us.
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