- To all,
I have to say; I really see nothing wrong with any of the exchanges
on here today. I think everyone here has good points. I think John
Misak is right, in the way of saying that our posts are
representative of us; I would submit that if someone communicates
poorly, in a vulgar fashion, and/or resorts to name calling and
personal attacks, that this really hurts no one other than the poster
in the eyes of the public (it reflects directly on the poster). But I
really did not see that on here today.
Funny highlights to me were:
Brian "saying" "I call B.S." (full word "evacuated"). I laughed when
I saw that, have heard that phrase used before and had to chuckle.
Jim Parker saying "bitch slapped"; a common term but I chuckle every
time I hear it.
John addressing Jim as "Master Parker"; an old English term reserved
for young men. Felt that was very sophisticated humor, and I did find
Russ asking if a "daycare license was required to moderate this
group"; more good humor.
Sue asking Jim Cobb to confirm whether or not Santa Claus exists. He
does Sue and he may bring you some Oreo cookies for Christmas this
Jim Cobb; taking a very good shot at Amy's case and/or post
concerning the man that got shot in the parking lot in response to
Sue's "Santa Claus Inquiry". I like that and was waiting for a
response from Amy.
I think it might be good for all of us to laugh at this a little, and
understand that while we are in a serious profession, we are still
allowed to be "quippy", have a sense of humor, and "poke fun at each
other" every now and then. We are also even allowed to have "heated
debates" too; I do believe.
Overall; I think the exchange was useful, educational, and gave other
members here a "feel" for who the "players" are in the cyber-
investigations arena on this group.
As for me; I got a potential job out of the deal so I am also
grateful for the exchange.
All and all ladies and gentleman, this was not a bad day on this
group. I think that we can all chalk this up to a little "fun" on the
group today; with a touch of educational material added in. And Jim
and Thomas quite possibly struck up a professional relationship.
Seems to me some good came out of it all.
I hope everyone here is doing well. Take care, and have a great day.
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