Re:virus: Re: virus-digest V3 #51

joe dees (
Mon, 22 Feb 1999 19:02:39 -0500

At Mon, 22 Feb 1999 13:12:27 -0500, you wrote:
>>That doesn't mean you don't think seriously about
>>what people say to you. I just means that, at the
>>moment of confrontation, you have to throw everything
>>into fray..and then some. It's like a marathon, if
>>you aren't sick and puking by the end, then you
>>didn't really give it all you could.
>This statement makes me a little wary. I stand by it.
>In needs to be resolute. But I feel the need to make this
>caveat: there is always a way to negotiate, one just
>has to be creative enough to find it. To engage in
>aggressive behavior is always an indictment of the
>aggressor. Yes, I recognize the irony in that statement.
>But sometimes you have to be resolute.
What about this? One must strive to be resolute enough in defense to prevent aggression from achieving its goals and instead force it to pay a stiff price, so that aggression will subsequently be abandoned by the aggressor as a counterproductive strategy.
> Reed Konsler
Joe E. Dees
Poet, Pagan, Philosopher

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