1995-11-07 - Re: So much for free speech…[noise?]

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From: Scott Brickner <sjb@universe.digex.net>
To: Laurent Demailly <dl@hplyot.obspm.fr>
Message Hash: 44089a27ec797a2795319d1abeb01f36c50b45fe9fab87522b445e262051afe9
Message ID: <199511072047.PAA12140@universe.digex.net>
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UTC Datetime: 1995-11-07 21:42:03 UTC
Raw Date: Wed, 8 Nov 1995 05:42:03 +0800

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From: Scott Brickner <sjb@universe.digex.net>
Date: Wed, 8 Nov 1995 05:42:03 +0800
To: Laurent Demailly <dl@hplyot.obspm.fr>
Subject: Re: So much for free speech...[noise?]
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Laurent Demailly writes:
>"Freedom shall stops where starts the one of the others"
>That's what I learned, and what I think it is a "good thing",
>Thus, your freedom of speach shall stops where it starts hurting
>[not that I support at all the childish way l^Hamericans sue everybody
>for anything, but I am happy that racists saying are not allowed and
>can be condamned in France.]

As a child, we all knew the maxim, "Sticks and stones can break my
bones, but names will never hurt me."  Why have we forgotten it as