On fighting fire with fire...

mustafa lordverminard at gmail.com
Thu Jul 28 14:24:27 EDT 2005

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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