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>>Colin Bearfield <m...
@privacy.net> wrote in
> Now, I hope that this is the end and I shan't post again so long as
> what is said is to the point and true, otherwise I shall emphasise the
> mistakes that you make, and doing so will do you good. My thanks for
> the forebearance of all the other posters who did submit sensible if
> conflicting opinions.
I'm sure you'll hear more from those you named, so I won't presume to speak for
them. I will say, however, given the utterance above, that you are, as we say
out here at the pointy tip o'Texas, pissin' into the wind. If you're truly
serious about correcting us - the newsgroup as a whole - when we transgress
whatever your notion of good and proper behavior is, you might as well hang it
up right now because it'll get you absolutely nowhere and do nothing but get
the legs of your levis wet. Nobody here, so far as I'm aware, is against
heated discussions of any subject - we've all done it, we've all got bruises as
a result. We do object to self-appointed arbiters of right and wrong
pronouncing and denouncing on the basis of some assumed superiority of being.
If you do want to participate in the group, your questions and opinions are
certainly welcome; however, I'd suggest you forego the Comstockian smugness
evident in your most recent postings as it serves only to alienate the local
Robert G. Melson | Rio Grande MicroSolutions | El Paso, Texas
"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied
sacrifice in a contemptible struggle." ---Edmund Burke