--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
[...]
> The ultimate form of this enforced ignorance
> I'm talking about, of course, is when someone
> points out that the diehard TMer really doesn't
> know very much, they *admit* that they don't
> know very much, and then they try to make a
> case for not knowing very much being *superior*,
> a position that actually makes them *better* 
> than those who know more than they do.
> 

Actually I know almost nothing...

> It's like listening to the George W. Bushes
> of spirituality.   :-)  :-)  :-)
>

Actually, he knows everyting, and knows it.





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