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Re: Re: [sharechat] What a deal


From: "tennyson@caverock.net.nz" <tennyson@caverock.net.nz>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 16:48:03 +0000


Hi Dave, 
> 
>
>1. I've been using this site now for over a year and a half and in
>that time have made several comments. However, recently without a
>computer, it has been somewhat difficult to make posts. Recently I
>was involved in discussion about RMG around the time the annual
>report occured. Perhaps you missed them or perhaps you can't find
>them because the history only includes the last 6 or so days of each
>month. I admit that I'm not as vocal as some on this site, but you
>are incorrect in stating that I do not contribute.
> 
>
OK.  Yes you are right I did miss your posts.  Although when I looked 
again in my archive there they were- sorry.
>
>
>2. I did not mention prices or specifics about service because this
>would definately be "spamming" as you put it. I'm merely passing on
>an experience I've had. I'm sure if Gerry, Peter or RIL (well maybe
>not RIL) had mentioned it, they would not have been the subject of a
>personal attack. If the fact that I don't spend as much time
>focusing on this site as others makes me a target of this sort of
>abuse then I'm sorry that I expressed my viewpoint.
>
>
You mentioned a business name and a website to go to which is often 
the mark of a spammer. Having a throwaway hotmail account, is 
often the mark of a spammer. 
>
> 
>3. If it was my intention to "spam" then I would agree that my post
>would have no place on sharechat. It was not so, although in
>hindsight perhaps my excitement blurred my good judgement somewhat.
>I agree with you on the point that we don't want a mass of "what a
>great..." posts, I'm sorry if it came across this way. 
>
>
OK I'll put the event  down to 'youthful exuberance' on your behalf, 
and move on. 
>
>
>However I
>feel that what is more damaging to this site is the negativity of
>some chatters. I've always thought you to be a fairly intelligent
>person SNOOPY, and often agreed with your points of view even if
>they were somewhat cynical. But what you have written this time...
>well your comment is exactly the kind of thing that Ben and others
>have been trying to stop. If you want to personally abuse me email
>me, if you want the message removed email Ben.
>
>
Hmmm, well I do regard spamming as a heinous crime, and something 
that is best stamped out by a short sharp stomp.   The reason I 
posted to the forum about it was so that it would act as a deterrant 
and reminder to others.   There was no personal vendetta implied.  I 
can assure you that anyone else who did the same thing would have got 
the same treatment from me. 

Anyway, it looks like I misread you and for that I am sorry.

So Dave, hopefully we will hear from you again, but not in *that* 
way.

Cheers, 

Snoopy

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