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Dewey BS: Insanity: Amos or Martin Gibson?.... (293* d) RE: BS: Insanity: Amos or Martin Gibson?.... 12 Jan 05


Brucie,

I am the Boss of my opinion, DOn't know why you asked for it here?

If wnat you mean is that I should not have given so many paragraphs and analogies to make my point I will concede you are RIGHT!


Amos, sorry! I am a sucker for your posts. Usually when you say something arrogant or condescending, I usually end up saying something arrogant and condescneding in return.

The one post you made that offended me was the follow, "Thanks for the VIVID EXPOSTION DEWEY........ HMMM!!!!!

Like you didn't see any value to anything I had to say. I thought to myself well if he think he is the only one capable of saying anything intelligent let him do all the talking.

After responding with condescencion myself, I eventually wound up back to blogging.

Martin is more consistant than all of us, so I agree with Little Hawk, everyone has their good points.

Amoses education I admire. I am only a school teacher by training, and my education is limited as is my spelling and typing skills. ACtually Amos has a cooler head than me, I am sesentive, ifthe right buttons are pushed you can milk me for all I am worth. And yes, I too still have a problem with ego, If I didn't, I wouldn't have even bothered to reply to this post.

Thanks for the calm and thoughtful reply Amos, I didn't post here outof hate, just agitation as we ALL like to think that what we have to say is important or at least just as importnat as someone else.

No offense, but I know tons of big words too! but knowing them does't make me more intelligent I use them instinctually when I blog from the higher mind, in that way I think they can create intelligents, on a message board they just leave everyone else out of the picture.

Words are no big deal, but its the thought behind the words that matters, chain words together and you have a thought. That's instintually what I do when I write, but htrough all those words, but behind all those words comesthat thoughts and intellignets behind those words, and often those can reflect a thought towards another human bieng that is not always positive.

Dewey




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