RE: Re: [Full-disclosure] violent words
From: y0himba (y0himba_at_technolounge.org)
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 18:07:48 -0400
I was hoping that they would have something to contribute. I fear I am
going to need to filter them if this behavior continues.
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J A's behavior and the other person who adressed him are not typical for
this list. Just killfile them and any others you find objectionable.
They are the excpetions rather than the rule.
"J.A. Terranson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 08/28/2005, 11:56:28 PM:
> On Sun, 28 Aug 2005, Peer Janssen wrote:
> > I am new to this list.
> Then perhaps you should lurk for a while?
> > I suppose the goal of "full disclosure" is to make this world a
> > better place.
> No. Not really. FD is the place where ego's rule and manners are
> unknown. Think UseNet circa 1995.
> > So I'm quite astonished about the tone I'm reading in the last mails.
> If these bother you then you will likely not find this a very
> comforting home.
> > Is this the general tone here ?
> > I never read such a thing before.
> Then you don't get out much, do you?
> > Maybe in films, but this is real life, and you are real persons.
> No - you and me are real persons. Eric Scher is a wad of dick cheese.
> > Why are you doing this to yourself? Is any of you feeling happier
> > talking like this to your fellow human beings?
> Quite. Thanks for asking.
> > And in front of probably thousands of people?
> Hrmmm... Thousands? I don't know that FD has that kind of penetration
> anymore - but *maybe*.
> > Is this the kind of world you want to create?
> It the kind of world we're already IN peer. Dig it or check out, right?
> > I guess I somewhat understand both your point of view and what your
> > friction is about, but I think if you try and put yourself in the
> > shoes of your diskussion partner, you could figure out some way to
> > get along better. I'm sure you can do that.
> I don't think so.
> > I appreciate franc words which are better than keeping silent about
> > injustice, but I also suppose that gentle and humble -- everybody
> > has some dark sides -- words will generally work better.
> Words are, unfortunately, all we have (for now anyway. I'm working on
> the rest though). So we might as weell use them ;-)
> > Cheers
> > Peer
> J.A. Terranson
> I like the idea of belief in drug-prohibition as a religion in that it
> is a strongly held belief based on grossly insufficient evidence and
> bolstered by faith born of intuitions flowing from the very beliefs
> they are intended to support.
> don zweig, M.D.
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