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Re: Pledge To Killfile a person

On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 04:10:04PM +0200, Enrico Zini wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 02:13:12PM +0100, Andrew Suffield wrote:
> > In my experience, it is sometimes necessary to get somebody's
> > attention, and it does sometimes work. The trick is one of
> > judgement. I stand by mine and challenge anybody to show it to be
> > significantly worse than the norm.
> You cheat: nothing can be significantly worse than your definition of
> norm, therefore anything you do will always be justified.

More unsubstantiated libel. It's telling how the people accusing me
are the ones doing all the flaming.

> > I find it significant that so far, nobody has even tried to do so.
> You claim that people aren't addressing your point in this thread.
> Would you like to clarify better what you are interested in?

Did you not read my original mail? I thought it quite clear. I'll
repeat the relevant paragraph here:

 My response is simply this: it's lies. I challenge anybody who thinks
 otherwise to present evidence. I sign almost all my outgoing mails;
 this should be easy, if it were true. Find mails from me that "are
 little more than provocations, put-downs, and trolls". Not ones where
 people have interpreted it that way and I've either told them they're
 wrong or ignored them. Ones where it's actually true. Post references
 to this thread. See how many you *actually* get, out of the number of
 mails I send.

And here's a link to the mail I pasted it from, in case you can't find
your way up the thread view in your MUA:


  .''`.  ** Debian GNU/Linux ** | Andrew Suffield
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