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Topic: Re: Please don't misrepresent
Replies: 4   Last Post: Jun 8, 1995 1:10 AM

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Re: Please don't misrepresent
Posted: Jun 2, 1995 7:03 PM
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I engaged you interminably the last time our paths crossed and if you had
stuck to the issues I would have gladly engaged you again. However, your
first post was an absolute misrepresentation of my views and your second post
dealt mostly in personal attacks. I will not waste my time again trying to
have a discussion with you. It simply is not worth my time.
Your problem with me seems to be that I use the Saxon books and that I'm
capable of defending myself. In addition, I sometimes ask uncomfortable
questions like "has anyone got any data on where this stuff is working?"
Your willingness to engage in personal attack doesn't mean all of us must.

I'm not an experienced user of the internet, but how ethical is it to make
public a privately addressed post? Would someone besides Mike address that.
I'd like to know.


Dan Hart

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