Re: Ritzner Von Jung, listen up!
- Rkazero wrote:
>POINT 2. Ideas can be discussed. Feelings cannot. So >you haveIf you re-read my post, you will eventually see that I did more than just
>feelings of disgust at the Perry Mason stories. What's >that to me?
expressing "feelings of disgust" for not only Perry Mason, but the whole
Gardner's output, providing reasons for my attack on that author. Barry
himself granted me for that, even though we don't often agree with each
Gardner was formulaic, careless and commercial: it isn't "harsh feeling" to
tell and condemn it. Maybe my tone is excessive at times, but I'm feeble
enough to believe there is some substance behind.
>So, Ritzner, for what it's worth, here's my advice. Cut the 'crap'.Frankly, I have doubts about it. But I will try all the same.
>Express yourself like a rational person. Tell us your ideas, and you
>will gain the respect you desire and deserve.
Ritzner Von Jung
- --- In GAdetection@yahoogroups.com, "Ritzner Von Jung"
> If you re-read my post, you will eventually see that I did morethan just
> expressing "feelings of disgust" for not only Perry Mason, but thewhole
> Gardner's output, providing reasons for my attack on that author.Barry
> himself granted me for that, even though we don't often agree witheach
> other.You are absolutely right. I sabotoged my own posting by carelessly
choosing the wrong example. In fact, it was the Gardner posting,
along with a few other recent ones, which demonstrated that you have
been listening to what people have been saying, and have started
providing reasons, along with the insults, so that others will get
something to think about and discuss.
You may have noticed a while ago that I advised others to ignore you
as the best policy. It was precisely because of what I saw in your
most recent postings that I decided to ignore my own advice and
explain what I thought was the basis of your difficulty in gaining
acceptance. Which, at the risk of tiresomeness, I will repeat again
in summary: Insulting language, indicative of strong feelings, does
not make your ideas more convincing, but less.
> --- RKAzero wrote:you
> > Cut the 'crap'.
> >Express yourself like a rational person. Tell us your ideas, and
> >will gain the respect you desire and deserve.And no one can ask for more than that. Good luck.
> Frankly, I have doubts about it. But I will try all the same.