[extropy-chat] My apologies
sjatkins at mac.com
Sat Mar 11 08:15:53 UTC 2006
On Mar 10, 2006, at 5:14 PM, Anne-Marie Taylor wrote:
> I have never in any post suggested that I was a genius, but I don't
> being rude is the best antidote for this list or any others.
I don't believe attempting to wake you to the problem some of us have
at times with your posts or the way I did it was all that rude. I
have also gone to bat for you more than once.
> I might not
> be at the level of education that I would like to be but don't
> people, it might one day come back and bite you in the ass.
Whatever you mean by that I don't see where it is helpful.
> I'm learning because I like and want to learn, even if at times I
> look stupid
> or irrational (sorry Samantha), I mean in no way any harm to anyone.
I don't believe and never said you were stupid or meant anyone any
harm. But you were imo being too sloppy in your thinking and
communication to actually get much out of being here. I am happy for
you to be here as long as you make some effort to think through what
you are saying a bit more.
> If that's not Extropian then what is?
Wanting to learn per se and not intending to harm anyone is true of a
lot of people who aren't particularly extropic.
> And Emlyn, I was always told by mother don't judge a book by it's
> Thanks to everyone that didn't think I was a lunatic:) and took
> their time
> to answer my posts, it made my day!
Sigh. Please grow up. I don't think you are a lunatic. If I did I
would not have bothered to write what I did to you. What you don't
seem to get is that I would never write that to you if I did not
believe you are fundamentally intelligent and honest enough to hear
the truth in what was said and adjust your approach accordingly.
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