Re: Credit were credit is due

From: Justin R. Kidder (
Date: Tue Jun 09 1998 - 20:05:14 EEST

While I usually don't agree with all the flaming and bickering that goes
on in this list, this was hilarious and I agree--good job. I always hope
that a little levity will end the skirmishes, but it usually doesn't...It
just goes to show that MANY people can be the pioneers of a technology--we
don't have to pick out just one for Father's day ;-)


On Tue, 9 Jun 1998 wrote:

> I would also like to take this time to appreciate the landing of men on the
> moon, which it seems may have been the high point of human civilization.
> Credit of course, goes to Thog, that ancient caveman who first smelted the
> "metal" used later by copycats in construction of the Saturn V rocket, and of
> course GoreMon, who noticed it was cold, put on a bear-skin and thus invented
> what one day would become the spacesuit! Way to go Thog and GoreMon.
> GoreMon.... You the man!
> Now that we know the truth behind space exploration, I would like to place
> myself as an equal of such Wannabe's as Armstrong and Aldrin. Who do they
> think they are fooling?
> For more information about the rp-ml, see

Justin Kidder, Research Asst. | Automation and Robotics Laboratory | University of Pittsburgh
               Home page:
         There are two rules for ultimate success in life:
                1. Never tell everything you know.

For more information about the rp-ml, see

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.2 : Tue Jun 05 2001 - 22:45:53 EEST