Message - Re: This is not as Great as you say it is. HAHA

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Posted by  Per Corell on August 03, 2003 at 14:17:32:

In Reply to:  Re: This is not as Great as you say it is. HAHA posted by Scratchy on August 03, 2003 at 13:22:40:

You obvious go for the man instead of the ball.
That's what it's called, when somone start to attack the person, instead of using arguments.
You think I am in this based on your pictures you already describe , now american origine english that halve words is aincient scandinavian , I simply know your words better than yourself.
Now you think I even deal with if I invented this or not, and the first spell of your mouth is your picture about how I think ; think again and show a bit more respect for yourself. Maby you are here to shrow dirt and claim the one you hit then stink , but this is not the reson I am here, nomatter what you "se".
You told me what you se, and I am not surprised , I seen it before but this is your not my problem.
I tell that you can build a house at a third, four times as strong, with an exiting idear about a uniform material in true Digital, compleatly different from how you othervise do ; your ansver is your vorry about if I think "I am somone" , well I am somone, and I know exactly who I am.
I am a danish designer, who develob new building methods. You are the one who want to decide about arts , now you critic me about new building methods where are your ?

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