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“Talking of luvvies, how about this for rugby's first over 'Pseud's Corner'?”
“Pseud bluffs: “all the post-election polling that showed limited voter awareness of the CwA, or the relatively small number of CwA-based ads that ran in the last month of the campaign ..””
“I gotta show Pseud, the bluffer, what a non sequitur is, by demonstrating what it is not: I noted that, as a rule, it is very rare for a candidate to lose many votes because they voted against something that passed.”
“Pseud, you may recall in another thread you had demanded to know why I claimed that incumbents rarely lose when they vote against something that passes.”
“That Pseud (who rarely adds a comment without missing the point and making an error, which is pretty impressive) figures that is simply a matter of um, er, ah … figures this is just a matter of … um, er, ah, also proves my point.”
“Kindly explain, Pseud, how Sullivan was eligible for temporary work authorization all those years, but not for a green card — particularly how he was associate editor (a responsible position) for TNR in 1987, and was the chief editor (an even more responsible position) in 1991 — both times when HIV status was not a barrier to permanent residency.”
“Somebody smarter (or more honest) than you two, Anthony and Pseud, might have picked up on the actual point of the whole mess, which is whether or not it is even possible to be un-American on ideological grounds.”
“And with those correct answers, Pseud and Scott become Mitchieville's Smarty Panted Winners of the Week.”
“Issue 3 of the Reformation Post The Pseud Mag fanzine is online now.”
“Four contibutors to the defunct The Pseud Mag Fall fanzine have started a new, virtual fanzine – Reformation Post TPM – on googlepages.”
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