At 08:00 AM 6/10/2003, you wrote:
Goodbye, Gerald, and thank you for all your interesting posts.

I, too, will be signing off the list. No, don't shed a tear for me -- I'll be all right. I've enjoyed the list discussions but not as much as I thought I would. By the name of the list, I thought there would be a bit more camaraderie and a little less rivalry, but I think I was wrong. And please forgive me if I sound judgemental, because I'm not accusing anyone of anything. I certainly have no room to cast any stones -- I'm simply trying to make sense of my short experience here.

Anyhow, good luck to you all, and may your personal decisions bring you joy and peace --

Terrance Hammond


Most people in my experience on ZION and LDS-DOCTRINE *are* respectful and try to be friends with all. Many simply enjoy the discussions and lurk because they either don't have the time to actively participate or feel inadequate to do so. A few have strong opinions and feelings but we always have the option to simply ignore them. Why leave the list because of a few?

Steven Montgomery

The overall performance of the college graduates in the Convention of 1787 speaks forcefully for the proposition that Latin, rhetoric, philosophy, and mathematics can be a healthy fare for political heroes.----Clinton Rossiter

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