--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "curtisdeltablues" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> "Second, of course, "anti-TMer" is an entirely
> legitimate label for those who, like Barry and Vaj
> and Curtis, routinely attack the TMO, MMY, and TMers
> (individually or as a group)."
> Since I have been on this group I have heard far more criticism coming
> from others, some of whom practice TM.  Other than responding to
> things others have put up I have not initiated any criticisms of TM. 
> This designation of "anti-Tmer" is a stupid label in a group where
> most of the posters couldn't get into the dome. If you really cared
> about the movement you would encourage them to correct stupid
> misleading charts instead of defending their stupid misleading charts. 
> But in my world none of that matters.  No one is looking at TM charts.
>  For the rest of the world they are so far into the silly zone that
> all our analysis is absurd.  So the question becomes "If a fraudulent
> claim is made in the woods and no one hears it..."

Actually, more accurately, it's: "If a claim is claimed to be fraudulent in the 
woods and no-
one hears it..."

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