Re: Object-oriented thinking in SQL context?
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2009 09:56:59 -0400
"paul c" <toledobythesea_at_oohay.ac> wrote in message
> Brian Selzer wrote:
>> "Nilone" <reaanb_at_gmail.com> wrote in message >> news:fcf8afb0-225f-4549-8faf-d4f9f4564b7a_at_l8g2000vbp.googlegroups.com... >>> On Jun 19, 1:35 am, Bob Badour <bbad..._at_pei.sympatico.ca> wrote: >> >> <snip> >> >>>> I have more concern for his coherence than for his patience. >> >> Don't let Bob fool you. His concern is only to discredit what I post >> since it runs counter to what he believes. >
> word to newcomers, 'belief' is something Bob B rarely talks about and has
> very little to do with the essence of db theory..
A belief, whether asserted or not, is what one treats as being true without any evidence to support it or even despite evidence to the contrary. It is clear from his posts that Bob believes that what is in the Universe of Discourse has no bearing on database theory--that whether it is just a collection of mathematical constants or a collection of things that can change is irrelevant. I claim the opposite, and though I have supplied copious evidence to support my claim, it has been either dismissed or ignored. You also appear to share his belief, but instead of submitting a rational argument to refute my claim, you resort to ad hominem attacks.
> sorry i replied to this one by mistake, life is too short to get involved
> with those of the mystic persuasions, when i make such a mistake, i
> usually start to wish life were shorter!
So why did you hit send? Received on Sat Jun 20 2009 - 15:56:59 CEST