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Owen Byrne owen@permafrost.net
Sun, 17 Mar 2002 20:07:01 -0400


Since Tom has chosen to critize my handling of email (though you have to dig
through the misspellings, grammatical errors, and the ever present ad
hominem attacks he considers debate,
 Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong, if anything? I really need to
solve this "affilction."

Owen

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom" <tomwhore@wsmf.org>
To: "Owen Byrne" <owen@permafrost.net>
Cc: "'FoRK'" <fork@xent.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 1:29 PM
Subject: Re: Looks like Anderson is going down ...


>
> First off, learn to use email. Fwding ALL THE HEADERS is pretty weak tea.
> It shows you are master of neither the email program you use nor the
> ability to learn new ideas.
>
> On Sun, 17 Mar 2002, Owen Byrne wrote:
> --]I also find it interesting that you have this complaint about my
comment,
> --]which attempted to add a little bit of historical perspective to the
> --]original post, which had a historical perspective of about 3 months. I
guess
> --]it agreed with your world-view, so you didn't feel the need to object.
>
> I guess that since I had something else to add to your "learned" post you
> saw that as an afront to your posts intent. Indeed the post's infromation
> was not the point of my post so much as its lack of depth.
>
Sure - and my point was the lack of depth of the original post. At least in
attempting to add some depth, I used something resembling grammer, diction
and a coherent argument.




> Your assumptions on my world view are, of course, off by a mile since you
> appear unable to  understand anyone other than your own self,
> and thats probably in doubt as well, or if you do are one of those types
> who needs to either mold everyone to thier self image or see them as a
> threat.
>
>
> Whatever your metaphysical affilction I would seek advice on your
> inability to email properly. Whatever it is you say, it is clothed in the
> rags of a mental pauper.
>
> -tom
>
>
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