RE: [PrimeNumbers] A Fair Trial
- 'How else do you expect to learn osmosis?'
Does learning osmosis include letting all knowledge seep out - hence we have
a paradox, and it is impossible therefore to learn osmosis?
- At 09:44 AM 5/2/2003, Décio Luiz Gazzoni Filho wrote:
>In retrospect I believe Mr. J. Berg treated you far more softly than youI agree that is responses to Mr. Berg were completely out of line, and I
wrote to Mr. Berg privately about that.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jud McCranie <judmccr@b...>
> At 09:44 AM 5/2/2003, Décio Luiz Gazzoni Filho wrote:than you
> >In retrospect I believe Mr. J. Berg treated you far more softly
> >deserve.and I
> I agree that is responses to Mr. Berg were completely out of line,
> wrote to Mr. Berg privately about that.My first reaction to the tone he took, was to lash out in reply. That
is why I posted my public reply at the time. When he escalated the
tone even further, I immediately stopped and gave it 24 hours to cool
off before going further. The next day I realized that a flame war
was not called for on this board, given what we are attempting to use
it for. So, I attempted to drop the issue and went on with
my "dabbling". But at the same time, I decided to limit my public
posts for awhile.
Frankly I don't feel like dropping to his level and playing his
games. Nor do I think anyone else should. If you dislike his
behavior, simply don't acknowledge that he even exists. If/when
enough people give someone a cold shoulder, the person usually gives
up and goes elsewhere. I've found that doing anything else usually
escalates the problem until it ruins everything.
Let's focus on numbers and ignore people short on social skills.
While I'm certain he's a very talented person in his field, I think
we can all agree that he is still young and still learning how to
interact with people. And, I think we can also all agree that this is
not the right place to be trying to "teach" anyone how to behave in