I am not able to believe what you write. I check my mails three times a day at my 3 e-mail ids. I receive around 200 mails including spams about lottery awards, viagra and cialis, requests for help in transferring money from Nigeria, Ghana etc. I read them all and also try to reply where I am in a position to do anything.
Yopu will never find mails bouncing back from my mail boxes.
So I do not know how your mails failed to reach me.
I work from home. There is also always someone to answer the phone calls. All my family members can speakl English.
Anyway, there is always a second time. So let us start again.
Dr. Chiranjit Parmar
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 8:33 PM
Subject: [pfaf] Re: What's The Deal - What a Quack
As aweful as this sounds I called him from Texas! and his email never
worked...he told me to contact him in that way....I was really
dissappointed since I am working on a sustainablity project for his
country in his country....! oh well guess you never know!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, daniel wildman <spiderman18102@...>
> Dear Richard: Thank You for relpying to my Post at PFAF, I even
tryed sending a personal message directly to Dr. Chiranjit Parmar,
about the seed he was offering, I didnt relize that he would not
reply or netiquette on what he posted. Sorry to say he sounds like a
> Thank You for your time Dan
> "Torrens (lists)" <Lists@...> wrote:
> In article <g34nhd+57ud@...>,
> Dan <spiderman18102@...> wrote:
> > To who even monitors this site; I have try to post several time
> > an get seeds from Dr. Chiranjit Parmar, who said "I have some
> > the following wild fruits available with me." Kaphal (Himalayan
> > bayberry) & Aakhe (Yellow raspberry) seeds, but I have not seen
> > my posts an have not recived any replys, I even check to seee if
> > were any of my reply to the "Seeds available" from Dr. Chiranjit
> > am there were none of mine or any other that I see. Thank You Dan
> He has an odd idea on netiquette.
> He asked for help in several areas. I offered him several different
> of assistance. He did not even reply. Yet he keeps asking for help/
> Doubtless he will claim he never received the emails from me. That
> to be not true as I requested an acknowledgemnet, which duly arrived
> saying the email had been opened on his computer.
> I am quite amazed at this: all the indians I have ever interacted
> have have impeccable manners. Apparently not so Dr. Chiranjit
> Richard Torrens, Cambridgeshire, England - Food For Free
> WWW site : http://www.Torrens.org.uk/FFF/
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