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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on April 30, 2002 18:15:14 UTC

Harv wrote:
"I was referring to the history of this forum (prior to your arrival). I didn't mean to snub any of the people who have recently arrived (e.g., you, Scott, or anyone who wants to participate in the future). ..."

I'm a newcomer?...been here 5-1/2 months, posted 1,000 times... funny definition for newcomer.

Speaking of "history of this forum" -- it would be fun to have some each of us ! ...that would be an interesting study in divergence of interpretation. I assume your version would be more insightful than some, by my subjective reckoning, and less insightful than mine, by objective reckoning...(serious tease)

"I just think it is odd that Counterbalance folks now make up 95% of the people who were here when we all came over here."

Could you please put that in equation form? I can't grok it as written. I think maybe you meant something different than you wrote ... *besides* the difficulty of being 19/20 of the people.

"Maybe evolutionary pressures were too overwhelming when these 'predators' arrived?"

What are you saying? I don't get the metaphor.
Who are the predators -- the folks from Counterbalance?


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