You answered; they email@example.com (Fritz Lehmann)
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 93 03:25:06 CDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Fritz Lehmann)
Subject: You answered; they didn't
Cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
>>Dear Pat Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> When an email message gets no answer I
>>never know whether it was too boring, too lame to warrant a
>>response, or too convincing to question.
>Im sorry: I thought I had replied to all your messages. Please forgive my
>rudeness if I did not. A proper reply to this one will take a little longer
>but it will come.
>PS it may of course be that the point it makes is so convincing that
>everyone is left speechless. :-)
Ah NO, NO-- Pat, you've answered my mail! I didn't mean you. I was talking
about the KIF/CG Powers That Be who have not presented their good reasons for
limiting KIF and CG to being pure First Order rather than higher- and mixed-
order. Sorry for the ambiguity. It must be as described in your PS. I keep
coming up with new things one might want to say in AI which (I think) aren't
expressible in First Order .