On Sun, Jun 11, 2000 at 02:50:29AM -0400, James LewisMoss wrote:
> "reprehensible" "double-talk" "try changing the rules to get your way"
> are all loaded phrases/words that could easily have been avoided.
"reprehensible" is not loaded. It has a very clear meaning, which I meant.
The second I've already apologized for, and the last has a slight additional
negative meaning beyond what I meant. I'm sorry, it was a quick e-mail
message that didn't get hours of analysis.
> am I not allowed to have a difference of opinion about what I consider
> uncalled for? Guess not.
> And again you cannot control your need to belittle me. Nice. I'm
> perfectly capable of involving myself in arguments without calling
> someone childish or making snide comments like "or any debate, for
> that matter". Thanks.
Please, in a calm state of mind, read the first four sentences of this
quoted block ("And am I . . . Nice.").
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