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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on October 13, 2002 16:35:21 UTC

R.D. Ruquist wrote:
"My only problem with Mike is that he posts so much that quite often the poster I am hoping for a response from gets diverted from my post by intervening posts by Mike."

1) If that is the only problem, then why have you also stated several times that my posts to the forum are very poor. Doesn't that make at least two problems. Are you withdrawing your statements that my posts are of poor quality. Or are you saying it is not a problem to you if an individual posts a high volume of _poor quality posts.
2) A longterm review of our interaction shows you responded to large numbers of my posts with
dismissive, scat-like logic. Today, you mention
once, in the note below, that you often like my posts.

R.D. Ruquist wrote:
"I just like Mike to ease up on the number of posts and settle down to a single name. Posting under so many names just makes us wonder about him."

Is this "wish-list day." You like me, and you want some control. No criticism leveled at Aurino (didn't see anything wrong with his posts, did ya) but you have 'instructions' for Me.

R.D. Ruquist wrote:
"All that aside, I often find his criticism stimulating and just as often, humorous."

Thank you.

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