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Re: CORRELATIVE AND CAUSITIVE SCIENCE WHEN DEALING WITH EXTINCTION SCENARIOS



Hey, I got nothing against New Jersey (except for some of the drivers
there - but there are worse states for that).  I live a mile from NJ - just
across the river (Delaware) from Trenton.  So you are about 20 minutes (on a
good day) away from me.

    When I said that some might say good riddance - that's precisely what I
meant - there are some people who think that NJ and NYC and RI *should* go
away - and maybe LA, SF and Wash. DC also.  Lots of people have places that
they blame for something or other, and wish didn't exist - they'd find
somewhere (or someone) else to dislike.

    TTFN,
        Allan Edels
        Morrisville, PA

-----Original Message-----
From: Danvarner@aol.com <Danvarner@aol.com>
To: edels@email.msn.com <edels@email.msn.com>
Cc: dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Tuesday, August 11, 1998 8:22 PM
Subject: Re: CORRELATIVE AND CAUSITIVE SCIENCE WHEN DEALING WITH EXTINCTION
SCENARIOS


>In a message dated 98-08-11 19:36:21 EDT, you write:
>
><< (By the way, on that standard 12 inch globe the hole left by the 'tiny'
>rock
> [itself, larger than Manhattan] would be nearly 1/2 inch in diameter -
large
> enough to easily swallow the entire State of New Jersey, and New York
City,
> and the State of Rhode Island - some might say "Good Riddance"). >>
>
>  Oh yeah? Maybe SOME might want to come over here and say that, MR.
>Smartypanties! Signed, Dan Varner, Plainsboro, NEW JERSEY.
>