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#ActualL. Spiro

Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:41 PM

Why so much hostility? There wasn’t any before.

You have this strange notion that if you need something, then there's going to be someone on Earth
to Fedex you a care package every time you need it?

You have a strange notion that I have a strange notion.
I plan to buy nothing and I am aware of the dangers.

I don’t get why that is hard to get. Who said I thought FedEx was going to ship me anything? Who said I thought I would get medical assistance beyond the basics?
Why are you inferring so much? Why can’t you just understand that I know the situation and I accepted it and am ready to go? People who are willing to live in Mars are invariably misunderstanding the rough-and-tough conditions, the risks of death or serious irreparable damage, and their financial situations?
It has nothing to do with the drive to explore, live in exotic new locations, go down in history, become a founding figure of a new culture, etc.?
Gosh! News to me!


Sorry, but I don't think Mars will be ready for civilians during your entire lifetime.

Not unless non-civilians such as myself make it ready.


L. Spiro

#1L. Spiro

Posted 05 December 2012 - 09:09 PM

Why so much hostility? There wasn’t any before.

You have this strange notion that if you need something, then there's going to be someone on Earth
to Fedex you a care package every time you need it?

You have a strange notion that I have a strange notion.
I plan to buy nothing and I am aware of the dangers.

I don’t get why that is hard to get. Who said I thought FedEx was going to ship me anything? Who said I thought I would get medical assistance beyond the basics?
Why are you inferring so much? Why can’t you just understand that I know the situation and I accepted it and am ready to go? People who are willing to live in Mars are invariably misunderstanding the rough-and-tough conditions, the risks of death or serious irreparable damage, and their financial situations?
It has nothing to do with the drive to explore, live in exotic new locations, go down in history, become a founding figure of a new culture, etc.?
Gosh! News to me!


L. Spiro

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