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Re: [hobbicast] Re: building foundry

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  • John
    Hi Dale, I meant J.G. saying about the keyboards. I saw the better side to it but if it s one of them days funny isn t a word you understand so well. And as
    Message 1 of 22 , Sep 30, 2002
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      Hi Dale,

      I meant J.G. saying about the keyboards. I saw the better side to it but
      if it's 'one of them days' funny isn't a word you understand so well. And as
      to those keyboard, you realise they have metal backings that aren't molten
      yet? :-)

      John


      > John,
      >
      > If you are talking about me, I thought I was being fairly nice. I was just
      > pointing out that using no upper case or punctuation makes difficult
      > reading. I shorez hell ain't got no buziness saying anythin abot spelling
      > and grammar but the occasional capital letter and period lets us know
      where
      > to start and stop. This business is complex enough without adding another
      > puzzle.
      >
      > This line, "> > Basic use of capitalization and elementary punctuation are
      > common courtesies which we expect here and both are within the educational
      > capabilities of anyone qualified to build a home foundry." says follow the
      > rules you learned in the first two or three grades and we won't worry
      about
      > the rest of it. If you can't follow those simple rules, or don't know
      them,
      > you should re-think dealing with molten metal.
      >
      > AND, I thought J.G. was trying to be nice with his oblique comment about
      > keyboards. In effect, it said to me, "Since I believe you are well enough
      > educated and courteous enough to use some form of punctuation and
      > capitalization if you could, you must have a bad keyboard and I would like
      > to help." That, to me, is a very nice way to call someone's attention to a
      > foo paw without getting personal and did not deserve the response it got.
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: "John" <johnhe-uk@...>
      >
      >
      > > All it takes is a tiny flick on someone already majorly tee'ed off to
      make
      > > them throw some abuse your way. I don't think anyone should really have
      to
      > > appologise for such a day since it happens to everyone. There are days
      > when
      > > things like you dropping your toast make you want to throw a chair
      through
      > a
      > > window (Or is that just me?), and if something can go wrong it will,
      > twice.
      > >
      > > The combination of a person trying to make you smile with a joke mixed
      > with
      > > someone who's in such a state is a bad one. Just leave it, it's wasting
      > > time. He probably didn't even mean it.
      > >
      > > John H.
      > >
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