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Posted by  Per Corell on August 05, 2003 at 01:49:10:

In Reply to:  Eh? (Enough is enough.) posted by Metaphoracle on August 05, 2003 at 00:36:33:

Hi
Please don't forget that I been thru this before ; I reconise the same hangups the same hystric "no this guy can not be better than me, and then he can't even spell, ------ he can't be born with a silver spoon in his mouth" .
Realy I am vorried about the mental state of these Jokers, as you know, I never got an argument and used nothing but arguments myself.

I vorry when somone uses as argument that they don't like my designs, when I alway's pointed out that my buisness is building methods, and I vorry when old hippies get rigid minded and can't accept the new they themself was promoting back then.

I never promoted others than a new building method and like back with the unfolded surfaces for boat building, there are very few "arguments" left and like back then, these "arguments get more and more dirty, ------- I think there are a lot of Not-architects on this board, people who are bored on the usenet and find pleasure picking on somone, throw dirt and say you stink.

What do these charecters gain and didn't they alway's exist ; yes they did, but they was only remembered for that.

 
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