Chris Maier (
Sat, 3 Jun 2000 21:12:11 -0400

I think the gun might be called the "Hyper-mega cannon". Sure looks like it.
I'm wondering how that Gundam can carry that thing without utterly
collapsing. I wonder if that will be a problem with the kit. BTW, was'nt the
old style kit one of the worst ever?
----- Original Message -----
From: Robert Ludvig <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, June 03, 2000 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] No more religion, let's talk MGs!!!!

> Yes, no more religion on this ML (even though the discussion was spawned
> something Gundam related). I must say though, i did enjoy the discussion.
> Its refreshing to talk about something deeper/intellectual than what 23yr
> old college students usually talk about.
> Now, on to the new Master Grades. How cool is the FAZZ Gundam? I have
> seen a pic of one of the super old kits, and it looks like it has
> arse-kicking potential, however the crappiness of the particular kit makes
> it hard to imagine what a MG would be like. I do LOVE that big Gun and
> ammo belt feeding it. What kind of gun is that?
> >From:
> >Reply-To:
> >To:
> >Subject: Re: [gundam] (OT)This is NOT good.
> >Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2000 20:39:36 EDT
> >
> >In a message dated 6/3/00 7:39:35 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> >
> >writes:
> >
> ><< I have to take issue with you here. Freedom of worship means just
> >One
> > should respect the beliefs of others regardless of what they believe.
> > fact, I think that unless a person's beliefs infringe upon the rights
> > others, they should be respected. I've yet to see satanists lobbying
> > restriction of others' rights, whereas many, many christians would like
> >to
> > see their opinions written into law on "moral" grounds. My friends run
> >the
> > gamut of the religous spectrum, and, no matter what I might believe,
> >get
> > the benefit of the doubt and I respect their very persoanl religious
> >choice.
> >
> > It is hypocritical to expect tolerance of your own beliefs while
> > simultaneously refusing to tolerate that of others. >>
> >
> > Smiley means I was joking, you know. Yes, all religion's should be
> >respected, but what about if a religion practices human sacrifices? There
> >are
> >bad religions, you know. There are religions I am sure that bothers lots
> >other religions. Yes, A religion should be respected as long as it does
> >infringe on others rights OR human rights OR is disrespectful to others
> >religions. So, there is no truly evil or bad religion then? Some who
> >worship
> >Satan mock God and Christ, you know. I believe in God and Christ, but am
> >not
> >really in a religious sect. I try my best to follow the rules of God. I
> >not agree with Satan worshipping, but I DO NOT want to "destroy/stop" it.
> >Other people are free to believe as they want, just do not mock or make
> >of others beliefs. I said tolerate and respect others beliefs, but you do
> >not
> >have to respect and tolerate. You can tolerate someone's beliefs without
> >respect for it. I.E. Someone's beliefs offend your beliefs and there's no
> >way
> >in your heart you can respect their belief's, but you show your tolerance
> >by
> >not saying anything and leaving them alone AND not trying/forceing them
> >believe in your beliefs.
> >
> > Do not call me hypocritical, especially when I was joking. The part
> >about
> >Satan worship was a joke. I was not intending to make fun of Satan
> >worshipping, was just trying to lighten the mood. I do not intend to be
> >hypocritical. The benefit of a doubt is more tolerance then respect.
> >stop this here and now. I do not intend nor want to start a religious
> >debate
> >on a Gundam mailing list. If you want to further debate religion AND keep
> >it
> >civil, please contact me off list. Let's avoid talking anymore about this
> >on
> >list.
> >
> >Aaron
> >
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