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Re: The Sinclairs of Essex
Now Rob, are ye really trying to set the cat among the pigeons?
The Pope apologized for everything so completely that each and every
particular grievance not specifially addressed remains outstanding in some
minds. That said he did not to my knowledge mention the templars by name but
I leave this for the historians to work through.
Mans inhumanity to man is legion and is part of the dark side that paints so
much of the human condition. Now what was positive is finally a world leader
recognizing this inhumanity of times past and while the "living hand having
writ moves on...", it was a right step forward to appreciate, as ones living
today, that injustice and suffering by anyother name remain for all time as
injustice and suffering. I found it a hopeful step forward in the evolution
of modern civilization. A small step but a needed one.
Now if we had everyone aplogizing for everything well the English for the
Acadian dispora beneath you, the French for Quebec abandonment and
Canadians well for just about everything!
Now back to your fiddle! Put the cat away and remember the Junos are only a
Neil Sincair Toronto PEI Argyll
From: rob <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Date: 13 March, 2000 3:16 PM
Subject: Re: The Sinclairs of Essex
>hey Niven...any comment on the Pope's appeal yesterday? as it relates to
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