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Subject: Re: apology

Re: apology

From: John Chilelli <JAC_at_neo.rr.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2009 16:28:11 -0400

Too funny indeed! I think we should all simply ignore the rules
altogether. It seems that all they do is create arguments.
Too funny indeed! I think we should all simply ignore the rules
altogether. It seems that all they do is create arguments.
Too funny indeed! I think we should all simply ignore the rules
altogether. It seems that all they do is create arguments.
John Chilelli
Happy student

At 03:53 PM 7/13/2009, you wrote:
>The below text amuses me greatly:
>
>From: Scott J. Lopez <scottjl_at_gmail.com>
>on Monday, July 13, 2009 8:24 PM
>
>>Jeeze. You people still argue about this silly stuff. I thought this
>>was a discussion list for Rockbox, not for small people with big egos
>>to berate others because they didn't post their question "correctly".
>
>There is a point in life where clarification is necessary. do you
>not think so, or do the wo's of others just not matter to you,
>because your life is wonderful? Your message has not a hint of
>context in it, other than the subject. What, exactly, are you
>wining about here, and does anybody care? Are you here to follow
>the list rules, or just bitch about them like other people? Or do
>you have something useful to contribute?
>
>>I like Rockbox, I've been using it a while now, but this stuff is such
>>a turnoff I'm ready to go back to the native firmware and be done with
>>it.
>
>Nice knowing you then. If an email list can change your mind, then
>you weren't really convinced in the first place. I think on my
>keyboard there is a key called the 'Delete' key, sometimes I find
>myself having to use it. If you haven't yet found it, consider
>learning where it is in future. I'm really not sure what you
>planned to gain by complaining that messages on an email list that,
>by the way, nobody is forcing you to read, would make you drop
>Rockbox in favour of your default firmware achieves to be honest,
>however I am but one man. Is your player going to notice? I
>sincerely doubt it. Will you notice when you have most likely
>inferior firmware on your player again? Most definitely yes. You
>are swayed too easily methinks.
>
>>I really wonder how many of you operate in the real world, do you all
>>throw such fits when people don't follow your procedures exactly? Sad.
>Define quote unquote, 'the real world'. What, exactly, constitutes
>the real-world for you? Just thought I'd ask for some clarification
>here since I, obviously, don't know.
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