|[AMRadio] Threads that go on and on|
w5jo at brightok.net
Sat Dec 19 19:08:13 EST 2009
I am confused. Do you like to see any post made by others about a
topic? Do you think that the moderator should, after several posts,
tell the rest to hold their comments?
Do you wish to see a time limit on a topic? Do you not wish to see a
Do you wish to control what is posted? Do you not wish to control what
----- Original Message -----
>I am not arguing the point, but you folks are ignoring the point that a
>reflector is NOT a personal conversation between TWO people, It is
>PUBLIC forum. If it were no, members would be taking their
>conversations to direct email between TWO people. It is obvious that
>those who keep justifying the belaboring of miniscule points and
>engaging in "one upmanship" to demonstrate ones' superior knowledge
>will never admit that there are those who "run on and on" and take
>pride in grandstanding on a public forum.
> I am not trying to pick an argument although most replies I have seen,
> basically say "we are COMPLETELY correct and your position is without
> merit". I am not always right but in my profession, I could have not
> made a good living without common sense, intellect and, and very good
> Why don't those who like the reflector to be flooded with "on and on"
> just say "right or wrong that is the way it is going to be and if you
> don't like it, just leave" !! People who RESPECT other people, don't
> monopolize a public forum and don't feel that they MUST comment
> repeatedly on every topic that comes up even after the topic has been
> addressed, undressed and addressed again.
> In conclusion, I will call your attention to the Hallicrafters
> reflector as it was several years ago and remind you that after the
> matter was straightened out by Al Waller, the hallicrafters public
> forum becme a pleasant, fun, informative and tolerable forum.
> Is there only one reasonable and acceptable position and is it that
> everyone else is wrong?? 73, John, K5PGW
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