Monday, November 01, 2004

Bill meant "Platonic dialogue" literally

Here's the definition: The arguments below are real, but the characters and setting are fictional (barely so, they really are here, we just don't waste our time talking to them, since Bill and I know about their imperviousness to reason).

He was using "platonic dialogue" literally, and not as a sarcastic comment on the quality of the interlocutors. Sorry for any confusion, folks.

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