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Re: Lots of my PDFs online
Gregory Paul's recommendation seems good from now on, when dealing
with him at least, but I think my approach to asking in this case is
not to be regretted because it takes less time than searching in a
whole website. Each one is free in deciding how much time wants to
spend in searching for pdfs. It may be seen that asking requires the
time of the other person, but, if it is just a question which can be
answered with yes or no, it is not too much time, and if the other
person is not wanting to lose any time at all, he is always free not
2010/11/17 Augusto Haro <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Thanks Mike for the defense! As it seems to me, that my guess may have
> been taken as offensive, I want to make clear that was not my
> intention. Indeed the intention of my question was just wondering
> about the possibility of finding some of Bakker's and Hunteria pdfs.
> 2010/11/17 Mike Taylor <email@example.com>:
>> Greg, are you actively TRYING to piss people off? Because if you are,
>> then it's working.
>> Augusto's question was a perfectly reasonable one. There is no
>> mention of anyone called "Robert T." on the page you linked to
>> (www.gspauldino.com), nor in the CV page that has the links to the
>> papers, nor that I could find elsewhere on your site. A Google search
>> site:gspauldino.com robert
>> shows seven instances of the name "robert", four of them in reference
>> to Bakker and one each for Bateman, Peary and Trotter. I support
>> "Robert T." _could_ refer to Trotter, but since his appearance on your
>> site is only as the Editor of Science News in the masthead of a 1978
>> article, that seems a much less good guess than Bakker.
>> So: would it really have killed you to just answer Augusto's question?
>> -- Mike.
>> On 17 November 2010 14:04, <GSP1954@aol.com> wrote:
>>> NO. Read the website credit before speculating online.
>>> In a message dated 11/16/10 5:51:34 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>>> << Is that Robert T. you referred Bakker? >>