At 10:31 PM 12/17/98 -0800, you wrote:
>You were the one who suggested that if I had only written to
>you before posting my webpage that you could have easily
>cleared up any misconceptions. For what it is worth, it seems
>odd that you now want to add conditions to your answering of
>my honest questions. From my point of view, I am only doing
>what you suggested I should have done in the first place.
Yes, well, I'm sure Bill Clinton would like to change the way he's done things as well. I'm sure you've heard the old saying about closing the barn door after the horse has already run out. I doubt your sincerity, Mr. Novak. I believe I have reason for so doubting it. Hence, I simply ask again: are you willing to be fair and answer questions yourself regarding the standards you have set up for what is a "real" degree and what is a "bogus" degree, or will you not?
>FYI, my degree was completed before the advent of CD ROM
>technology. Hence I did not use any software to access TLG.
>Back then, the first 286 was still a dream.
Wow, they could actually do scholarship before computers? Amazing. :)
>Which volumes of the RBBM/FRB or JBMS do you own?
I don't know as I'm not in my office. Aside from hard copies I also have the LDS Collector's Library. Why is it a concern to you?
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