Re: [7x10minilathe] Re: OT: about ians lies
- GDay dave_mucha,
Again Dave, you are misrepresenting the facts. Do you not recall my
comment that all is there for all to see?
I doubt very much that Ian tried to 'paint' the entire NRA as dishonest
based on a single point.
No Dave, Ian's comments to someone else on the group are what caused you
to label him a liar. But as I said, in that instance he was offering his
opinion not necessarily facts. He was NOT replying to you at that point
> To put in in order, Ian posted about the NRA
> I called him a liar
> he tried to support his point by cherry picking one point that LaPierre
> said in one interview.
> AND he tried to paint the ENTIRE NRA based on that one point.
> NOW, you are saying that he was just voicing his opinion.
> I will accept your point that he did not know what he was taking about
> and just mis-spoke. Your re-evaluation of his words to correct his
> initial post make sense. You can ask Jim to define "mis-spoke"
> I find it rather ironic that the left continuously re-defines what
> others said and makes excuses ad-infinitum. but never offers the same to
> anyone on the right.
- Hi Brian,
Thank you for your constructive comments on my observations.
I'm not sure what part of the world you are from, but in the UK ASBO is an acronym for Anti-Social Behaviour Order. In none of my posts have I been insulting or anti-social (if you disagree on this point, please show me the posts and I will willingly apologise for any offence I've caused) and I have never been issued with any form of restriction.
On the other hand, Dave_m has repeatedly accused me of being an "out right liar" - even though he has agreed that I have been telling the truth all along. Perhaps honesty and integrity are concepts that you either do not understand or do not believe in (and so you think nothing of Dave's behaviour) but in any other group, to throw insults and false accusations around in the way Dave_m has done would result in the moderator insisting that Dave behave in a more respectful manner. Of course Dave is the moderator of this group so he is unlikely to chastise himself.
As I have said before on this group, in the time that I lived and worked in the USA all the Americans I met, worked and socialised with were amongst the most friendly, helpful and generous people it has ever been my pleasure to meet. Dave's inability to admit that he made a mistake is unfortunate, but his rudeness and insulting accusations require an apology (or at least an admission that he "mis-spoke"......).
There is a sort of joke in Europe that goes:
"Advice to Americans traveling in Europe - Tell people you are Canadian"
I never really "got" that one until I encountered Dave's attitude. I know from personal experience that Dave is not representative of the average American, but it is his attitude and opinion that is being broadcast to the world via this group.
All the best,
From: Brian Pitt <bfp@...>
Sent: Sunday, 6 October 2013, 23:41
Subject: Re: [7x10minilathe] OT: NRA survey - was: OT: about ians lies
On Sunday, October 06, 2013 12:20:03 pm you wrote:
> troll troll troll...
> All the best,
Ian ,you're violating your ASBO again
"A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle."
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