[extropy-chat] a.k.a is..

Samantha Atkins sjatkins at mac.com
Thu Mar 9 03:07:08 UTC 2006


I should have read all the posts on the issue first.  Sorry if I was  
a bit harsh.  Thanks for clearing this up.

- samantha

On Mar 8, 2006, at 11:23 AM, Jef Allbright wrote:

> On 3/8/06, Anne-Marie Taylor <femmechakra at yahoo.ca> wrote:
>> Jef Allbright <jef at jefallbright.net> wrote:
>>> Anne -
>>> Your words in this post and others are very similar to those of  
>>> people
>>> I've known who have taken a lot of LSD.
>>> Might this be the case here?
>>> - Jef
>> Actually, when I first posted back in October, I had mentioned  
>> that I had
>> taken LSD (mind you, I said a Drug) for the first time back in  
>> June 2005.
>> That was the first and only time I ever have.
> Thanks for our response.  I took LSD three times during a couple of
> months around 1979, because I wanted the experience.  I spent months
> reading all the available literature before deciding to do so.  It was
> a very valuable experience, but not something I would do
> recreationally, because I wouldn't want to take further risks with
> scrambling the connections in my brain.
>> When I first started to post I was very insecure and somewhat  
>> confused at
>> the whole situation, now i'm not.
> You seem like a friendly addition to the list, and willing to learn.
> I like that.
>> As for my comment, Samantha was right, it was a stab at someone,  
>> which I
>> apologize for, I was a little quick on the typing and was upset at
>> something.
> That helps me understand your AKA post, but I think Samantha was not
> referring to you.
>> As for the posting regarding my mother, I was! truly interested to  
>> know if I
>> could explain to her my fascination with Science without confusing  
>> her.
>> (She's still quite smart, she went back to University when she was  
>> 64).  I
>> only wanted to know if my analogy was way off, that's all.
> I do think your analogy was truly way off.  Maybe we can discuss it
> productively.
>> I know I don't have a conventional way about me, I never have, but  
>> claiming
>> that drugs is my problem is rather harsh. Please keep in mind that  
>> my first
>> language is english but I write in French.
> I like unconventional, and this list is certainly unconventional.
> I wonder, is there something about the French language that breeds
> pseudo-scientific and postmodernist thought?  I'm not sure it applies
> to French Canadian, though.  <smile>
>> I'm not going to deny that LSD probably changed me forever but
>> I don't think it was a bad thing.  I like the reality i'm in right  
>> now, i'm
>> smarter, more educated and fascinated by it. I'm not going to
>> apologize for being different, that's just who I am. I love this list
>> and I don't think i'm causing any problems by posting my ideas or
>> questions.  Feel free to tell me otherwise and I'll keep quiet.
> Anna, I'll try to reply to your post about Einstein, gravity and
> radiation.  Perhaps some of this discussion we could have offlist if
> it becomes too lengthy.
> I would not ask anyone to keep quiet, as long as they seem to be truly
> seeking growth.
>> On 3/7/06, Anne-Marie Taylor <femmechakra at yahoo.ca> wrote:
>>> Hi! I'm Anne-Marie Taylor
>>> a.k.a. Anne-Marie Taylor
>>> I have nothing to hide
>>> That's the new eulogy
>>> You don't need to be anything than what you are.
>>> It's a fact, but not yet proven... sry
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