David Tetzlaff wrote:

> the absurd rants of the [Leni Riefenstahl] apologists ("Until someone can
> prove, beyond a doudt that she did know, I choose to believe her
> statement") [...] at least have the excuse of being delusional.

Because this sounds like name-calling to me ('delusional'), and because I believe
that NONE of us is free of subjectivity (except for David?), what would happen if
I called DAVID 'delusional'?  Would he attempt to JUSTIFY his claim, instead of
presenting it as a truism?

Just wondering - Ken M.

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