On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 03:38:44PM +0530, Rustom Mody wrote:
What, in this case, is taken for granted?
> Two examples:
Despite the fact that it would be almost impossible to carry some dogs
anyway, I'd dispute the fact and suggest having them on a lead would be
sufficient. (Are dogs allowed in buildings, esp. with elevators. -
guide dogs are already on leads and trained enough, I assume.)
But I see your point in this example. Like "collar and tie must be worn"
presupposes a suit and not just a collar and tie on a naked body, or
singlet and underwear etc.
I can't relate this to the link Ralf posted though.
> And that is why that snippet of Ralf reminded me of Culture and Empire
So the link Ralf posted has something to do with "the twitter world"?
(I assume it does, but am still missing the point.)
> PS. I 'corrected' the To list taking it as an oversight. If not my apologies
Not good! Off list replies are generally meant to be private. You are
better to assume the intention is to keep the message private, rather
than make it public and apologise for making it public!
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who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the
oppressing." --- Malcolm X
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