nice to read from you, again.
In message <[log in to unmask]>,
"Anthony J. Brooks" writes:
> ... the demented doctor's ... his common desease ... DIARRHEA of
> the mouth ...
You might want to tone on the insults a little bit, the crimen injuria
overdoes it somewhat (as far as common decency goes).
>... serious disability to understand and his extreme apathy.
Oh, I understand. Very well. And I am *DOING* the very things, that
you are *TALKING* about.
But that is probably the very issue that you people are trying to
avoid so much.
> It's people like him that gives Africans all over the world a bad
> name and he is doing a very good job at it.
Thank you. So I am achieving something. Actually, not all over the
world, rather mainly in the US.
> It seems as though he has a lot of time to spend on what he calls
> "blasting" people in this discussion group rather that tending to
> matters in his professional field.
In addition to, not rather than.
> This group has nothing to do with the medical professional field.
> Hmmm ...
You might want to avoid that particular avenue.
But you are right, it's the "African Network of IT Experts and
Do you belong here? Does Peter? Does George?
> I like Peter Crapo Baldwin's suggestion: just filter him out. We
> don't have to listen to his noise because, for the most part, that's
> all he shows he is full of.
I like that too, but neither him or you are doing it. Why's that?
Now my particular style makes it easy to avoid talking about the issue
at hand, but don't worry, many people (in Africa) can see through you
(and me of course :-)-O)
PS: By the way, Diarrhea of the Mouth is called Logorrhea, but then
they don't teach classical languages so much any more.