[OT] Politically Incorrect - Sorry List Mum
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Sat Dec 19 10:13:07 EST 2009
On 19/12/2009 15:13, Kay C Lan wrote:
> Gentle folk,
> The donkey's packed and it's time to leave for Bethlehem to be taxed.
> Actually I paid my taxes the day before yesterday, we're headed to a place
> just north of Eden and the donkey's branded Toyota.
> The thing is that this is the last internet I'll have until the New Year so
> before I become Listless I'd just like to take this opportunity to wish you
> all the very best for Christmas and the most Revolutionary New Year.
> To those who are neither Christian or celebrate the New Year based on the
> Gregorian calendar, my wishes extend to you as well as I would hope the
> world would become more like this List, blind to race, creed, sex, religion,
> political bent or whacky opinion.
> Thanks to all those who've been so patient to answer my mundane questions,
> to gentle point me in the correct direction when I've strayed a little off
> track, and politely allowed me to throw what little I know into the ring
> when I've plucked up the courage to mix it with a few of the real experts on
> this List.
> Until 2010, to you and your families, the best of health, the best of times,
> be your best for them,
> PS. Sorry List Mum, I guess I'm not suppose to mention religion on this List
> but I just LOVE CHRISTMAS TIME :-)
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That doesn't strike me as offensively religious; quite the
reverse in fact; after all, if we would just take the time to strip
away the all-too-human accretions of our respective religions
we would find that all of them would have absolutely no problem
with Kay's message:
"my wishes extend to you as well as I would hope the
world would become more like this List, blind to race, creed, sex, religion,
political bent or whacky opinion."
I would like to echo those sentiments exactly.
sincerely, Richmond Mathewson.
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