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chi cerca - 08:15pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#215 of 1770)
they can destroy our bodies and our ponchos, but they can never silence our song of protest! **singing** uptown girl, she's been living in her white-bread world ...

dave, if you're in a minority, it's a minority of at least two ;o)

i'm on the phone right now but i do have a bit to add... either later or tomorrow


Francois - 08:17pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#216 of 1770)
Lady Astor : Mr. Churchill, you are despicably drunk. Churchill : Yes, Lady, and you are ugly. Yet, tomorrow I will be sober...

When catapults are outlawed, only outlaws will have catapults...

I am not saying that I do not agree with your opinion. But all I say is that it should not be a reason to stop coming here. What is the real problem Dave? Do you think you don't get along with the other MNers?


Mimi - 08:19pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#217 of 1770)

Dave, I agree with you completely.

And I don't want to start any arguments so that's all I want to post on the matter.

Also as a side note, Dave I think you are a very smart and friendly person, and a great member of MN and I love seeing you come here!


Francois - 08:22pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#218 of 1770)
Lady Astor : Mr. Churchill, you are despicably drunk. Churchill : Yes, Lady, and you are ugly. Yet, tomorrow I will be sober...

I thought this was supposed to be a chat room where we discussed problems and solutions to solve those specific problems...

Shouting the problems without proposing anything will not solve too much...


Dave Batchelder - 08:23pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#219 of 1770)
"Fragile. Do not drop." - Found on Boeing 757

No, it's not that I don't get along with them...

Only that by nature, I worry. A lot. So, I already have the worst case scenario in mind. In that case, a temporary absence would be best.


Francois - 08:25pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#220 of 1770)
Lady Astor : Mr. Churchill, you are despicably drunk. Churchill : Yes, Lady, and you are ugly. Yet, tomorrow I will be sober...

Could you describe that scenario?

Let me guess : you are afraid that people will hate you because you think MN is subdivided, and that you will be considered as a jerk by other MNers...?


Dave Batchelder - 08:26pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#221 of 1770)
"Fragile. Do not drop." - Found on Boeing 757

I guess my only suggestion would be to ask everyone to be more open?


Francois - 08:28pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#222 of 1770)
Lady Astor : Mr. Churchill, you are despicably drunk. Churchill : Yes, Lady, and you are ugly. Yet, tomorrow I will be sober...

Human beings naturally split in little groups. They stick with people who have similar interests, and with who they feel comfortable.


Francois - 08:31pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#223 of 1770)
Lady Astor : Mr. Churchill, you are despicably drunk. Churchill : Yes, Lady, and you are ugly. Yet, tomorrow I will be sober...

And may I add, there is nothing wrong about this.


Mimi - 08:34pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#224 of 1770)

Dave, let me tell you, due to my moving all over the country (sigh) I have met many MN'ers over the past few years. And never have I ever heard anyone say a negative comment about you! I told you I think you are smart and friendly and a good member of MN and it would really surprise me if anyone thought any differently.

About cliques, I do agree with you. But I DON'T think this is a reason for you to leave MN or that people are purposely excluding others. I think it's more that people who meet a lot, spend more time together, come on at the same time zone, or have more in common in general tend to be friendlier with each other than with others.


Francois - 08:37pm Jun 30, 2001 PST(#225 of 1770)
Lady Astor : Mr. Churchill, you are despicably drunk. Churchill : Yes, Lady, and you are ugly. Yet, tomorrow I will be sober...

You got it, Mimi!


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