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Re: [podcasters] Open Letter to Podcast Opportunist

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  • Harold Johnson
    ... I gotta say I thought that smash you was a bit ridiculous, too. It s one thing to believe in your community; it s another thing altogether to speak for
    Message 1 of 75 , Feb 26, 2005
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      On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 20:25:32 +1100, jim stewart <jimboot@...> wrote:
      > . I am a
      > > blogger at heart and you know how we bloggers can be at times. We have
      > the
      > > power to smash you, if you are not thinking about everyone as a whole.
      > >
      > Geez Todd - take a chill pill. "Power to smash you" ? I have nothing
      > against forming an interest group, union whatever you want to call it,
      > but this sort of violent juvenille rhetoric makes me want to quote
      > Monty Python's Holy Grail and - "RUN AWAY!"

      I gotta say I thought that "smash you" was a bit ridiculous, too.
      It's one thing to believe in your community; it's another thing
      altogether to speak for said community in such a juvenile manner.

      Harold J. Johnson
      http://audioblogs.info
    • Harold Johnson
      ... I gotta say I thought that smash you was a bit ridiculous, too. It s one thing to believe in your community; it s another thing altogether to speak for
      Message 75 of 75 , Feb 26, 2005
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        On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 20:25:32 +1100, jim stewart <jimboot@...> wrote:
        > . I am a
        > > blogger at heart and you know how we bloggers can be at times. We have
        > the
        > > power to smash you, if you are not thinking about everyone as a whole.
        > >
        > Geez Todd - take a chill pill. "Power to smash you" ? I have nothing
        > against forming an interest group, union whatever you want to call it,
        > but this sort of violent juvenille rhetoric makes me want to quote
        > Monty Python's Holy Grail and - "RUN AWAY!"

        I gotta say I thought that "smash you" was a bit ridiculous, too.
        It's one thing to believe in your community; it's another thing
        altogether to speak for said community in such a juvenile manner.

        Harold J. Johnson
        http://audioblogs.info
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