On Sun, Jun 11, 2000 at 02:23:12AM -0400, James LewisMoss wrote:
> Give me a break. This wasn't disagreement. This was attacking the
> character of someone else.
That was attacking the actions of someone else. I felt his actions
were wrong, so I said so.
> If I have a discussion with someone in
> real life and they call me stupid I tend to no longer have discussions
> with them.
You mean that you shun anyone who points out that "that was stupid", even
if what you did was stupid (and admit it - we all do stupid things
> Ah. And thank you for calling me childish. Another person I can add
> to my "cannot have a reasonable discussion without insulting others" list.
"cannot have a reasonable discussion without insulting others" aka "childish".
This is the pot calling the kettle black.
Look, if my message was over the line, then I'm sorry. We all say things in
the heat of a flamewar we may regret later. I'd like for all of us to discuss
this and actually listen to the other people and respond rationally.
David Starner - firstname.lastname@example.org
"A dynamic character with an ability to survive certain death and
a questionable death scene leaving no corpse? Face it, we'll never
see her again." - Sluggy Freelance