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Re: SAPE Proceedings: papers of mass distraction

Jordan: I like Qilongia, even though I know Jaime's
name is Jaime Headden; it is like a nick name, in a
way, is it not? My apologies to Jaime if he prefers I
use his personal name, but Qilongia is classy. I do
not confuse Qilongia with other aspects of reality.
Dinosaurily. Stephan
--- Jordan Mallon <j_mallon@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >From: Stephan Pickering
> <stefanpickering2002@yahoo.com>
> >Qilongia's humorous response, needless to say, is
> >truly delightful, although the spirited defense of
> >isolated fragments being diagnostic causes my smile
> to
> >fade somewhat.
> I didn't bother to read the rest of this e-mail (I
> can't read), but I must 
> reiterate once again what others have told you in
> the past.  It's Jaime 
> Headden who's e-mail you were responding to; not
> Qilongia.  He even signs 
> his name as such, and his e-mail shows up in your
> inbox as such, too.  So, 
> call him Jaime, call him HP/Mr. Headden.  But don't
> call him Qilongia, it's 
> both cheeky and unnecessarily confusing.
> Regards,
> Jordan Mallon
> Undergraduate Student, Carleton University
> Vertebrate Paleontology & Paleoecology
> Website: http://www.geocities.com/paleoportfolio/
> AIM: jslice mallon
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