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I Have Trouble Caring About Two Types Of Persons Here

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Posted by Box Holder on October 25, 2002 16:21:21 UTC

1) Persons who are completely anonymous while making implied demands on my attention
2) Persons who are dedicatedly spamming me
About half the persons on the forum are standing in one of those two groups. You seem to have one foot in one or the other of those at times.

How many of my posts (perhaps you have not read them) have shown that I care? Do you think my study of science and religion and mind were not motivated by love?

Why do you not browbeat the others instead? Is it that you feel my example would lead them? I
don't think the pixils can really convey that much. Folks who don't feel the love in some of our posts are probably here more for ego gratification than the subject matter. Well, then maybe we should have a forum for Ego fights.
Yaniru has my email address but chose to follow my posts around with twerpy one-liner posts.
You apparently endorse that. What does that have to do with "caring" about us? Why don't you correct that....if you ARE the referee, about which I still don't see any clear evidence.

I maintain a reserve for the moment which is
probably as prudent as your not posting your credit card numbers...which you implied I asked for, though I never did.

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