Given the number of people on this list, if everyone responded with "I
don't know" whenever they didn't have an answer to a question, the list
traffic would be horrendous.
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On Sat, 3 Dec 2005, david b. dahlin wrote:
Thanks much, I thought for a while that I had landed on a website catering to children.
Dave ----- Original Message ----- From: Michael G. To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 10:54 PM Subject: Re: responses
Which inquiry are you referring to? I wouldn't take it personal if you should happen to not get a response to a question. It's possible that no one had an answer. There has been instances too where I've put up questions within email lists and didn't get an answer. As for the childish bickering that you've come across and we've all seen, I just ignore it myself. If you start to see a thread going awry, just ignore it. Probably the worst thing you could do is send a response to a thread like that. It only encourages the thread to continue. If you give it a while, usually the thread will just die on its own. If not, there's always that handy delete key.
----- Original Message ----- From: david b. dahlin To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, December 03, 2005 12:15 AM Subject: responses
I have entered several friendly inquiries with no response. I read the constant back and forthing by a few members who seem to get along nicely with other but ignore others. From a newcomers perspective, you sound like a bunch of underworked children with too much time on their hands. My question is, are you looking for oppertunities to solve problems or are you a social club with insiders capturing all of the cyberspace in the web site? Much of the info is great. Some of it is just so much garbage. Please let me know if you are in the business of solving problems or just wasting time on repetitive, childish interplay. David V. Dahlin 16726 S.E. Renton-Issaquah Rd. Renton, Washington 98059 Phone: Hm 425-255-5271 cell 206-478-5744 Working on casting all of my cares upon Him...
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