On fighting fire with fire...

Asad Habib ahabib at engin.umich.edu
Thu Jul 28 20:49:58 CEST 2005

I agree with Mustafa. After all, we are a bunch of professionals and not
vagabonds hired to take pot shots at one another.

- Asad

On Thu, 28 Jul 2005, mustafa wrote:

> Rocco Moretti wrote:
> > projecktzero wrote:
> >
> >>but..but...It's so much more fun to unleash your anger and fire back
> >>with all guns blazing fanning the flame war that most discussion groups
> >>degenerate into after a couple of responses. =)
> >>
> >>Actually, I had some self restraint yesterday. I wanted to write a
> >>ripping response to an antagonistic flame bait message on another
> >>group. I wrote it, decided it wouldn't help much, and deleted it. I
> >>guess I got it out of my system by just writing it.
> >
> >
> > That's what I do. I sometimes have something I want to say, so I write
> > my rant. Once I get it out of my system, I realize that it isn't adding
> > anything to the discussion, and delete it. The part of my brain that
> > wants to rant is happy because it got its say in, and the rest of the
> > world is happier for not having to read it.
> >
> > I highly recommend that people try it. It works wonders.
> thats wrong.
> you should atleast reprimand the person whose bieng rude.
> otherwise that type of behavior spreads.
> ppl have to realise that ifyou want ppl to help
> asking nicely can and will do wonders
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