> is the way of the 'English' and the 'New Yorker' to act the way they do:
> one seems to be assumptive and 'tuther aggressive. Experienceing both in
> depth it seems to be their manner and the hostilities which all of us
> have experienced are not whimsical at all. In my Californian spirit,
> they appear petulant (in the sense of a brash impatience).
> I agree with Dick ... I love both these people ... why does the
> animosity prevail?
> Hey, the Hutu thought the Tutsi were out to get them and went way off
> the map w/their fear.
And what is the *way of the Californian * ? Sounds like brash, crass,
psychobabble to me, plus ignorance of African politics.
Happy 4th July
down there. George