Message from discussion CW remaking British sci-fi "The Tomorrow People"
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Subject: Re: CW remaking British sci-fi "The Tomorrow People"
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 09:41:28 +1300
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In article <Wacps.4648$cB1.1...@newsfe24.iad>, Michael Bowker
> On 11/13/2012 9:53 PM, David Johnston wrote:
> > On 11/13/2012 8:35 PM, William December Starr wrote:
> >> In article
> >> <YourName-1411121325040...@203-118-187-130.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz>,
> >> YourN...@YourISP.com (Your Name) said:
> >>> According to an American study reported in today's newspaper, the
> >>> human race is past it's peak intelligence level and becoming
> >>> dumber and dumber with each generation. It says that an average
> >>> ancient Greek placed into today's society would seem like a genius
> >>> in comparison to modern man .. which is no surprise to me, and
> >>> something Ive been saying for years thanks to the evidence all
> >>> over the Internet by the brainless majority. :-(
> >> An American study reported in a newspaper? Gee, can you maybe be a
> >> little less specific?
> > Well since he's lying asking for details would be pointless.
> Well I've read several articles that allege the same thing, calling
> someone a liar before doing a simple search seems premature to me.
> ...and no I don't know who the original poster is.
You're wasting your time. The dumbasses will never believe anything, even
if you were to provide millions of links. :-\