On Tuesday, Apr 22, 2003, at 20:32 Canada/Mountain, Don Hammond wrote:
I once argued in class with an English
professor about the spelling of the word dilemma. I was adamant it was
dilemna. I think that was the origin of the phrase: "What's the point
being stupid if you can't prove it?"
It's your duty to argue when you know you're right. Doesn't matter if
you turn out to be wrong.
Is this the light of a new day dawning? A future bright that you can
walk in? No, it's just another Monday Morning, do it all over again!
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