From: Mike Ayers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 18 2004 - 19:18:23 EST
> From: Kenneth Whistler [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 3:09 PM
> Why is an Anarchist asking to standardize something?
To cause chaos in the machinery. Perhaps surprisingly, anarchy
requires constant propogation.
> And, as |\|\ike intimated:
> Note that in *that* rendition of the anarchy symbol, the
> crossbar on the A does *not* touch the circle on either
> edge, but it may just be that the renderer was a little
> short of black paint.
closely resembles the ones that I am used to.
> "Does the anarchy symbol (an 'A' surrounded by a circle) convey
> any messages of hate?"
Of course! It conveys the message, "I hate my parents"!
> If the anarchy symbol is recognized as "an 'A' surrounded by
> a circle", then why is its representation by a character
> U+24B6 CIRCLED LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A insufficient for any
> putative occasional representation of the symbol in text?
I still want to see it used *as* text, of which we have so far had
> If this discussion drifts off taco, will it ever circle around
> to A meat conclusion?
Unless I am miss steak in, it has already ground to a halt.
+-- Get it right or I fill out the encoding proposal! :-p
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