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    Default whats good for the goose aint good for the gander eh?

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    Ok, so what does it take for you to relax or do I have to drive the point home? There is no they....it's me. Why do you feel the need to lash out at the collective body? Settle your issues with the other members privately, not publically. The rest of us have better things to do.

    I suggest the other known members do the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    Ok, so what does it take for you to relax or do I have to drive the point home? There is no they....it's me. Why do you feel the need to lash out at the collective body? Settle your issues with the other members privately, not public ally. The rest of us have better things to do.

    I suggest the other known members do the same.
    Amen to that Sir! I'm here to learn about audio not be ridiculed when i share something personal in the clubhouse. I have received the messages and will abide by them. I have met scores of other folks here that are great and very personable. I enjoy the forums and information. I believe it started when Jesse took offense to an exchange with H9 which was in my opinion delt with in later posts and moved on. From then on I have received multiple snide remarks and ribbing's if you will from members I have never had contact with(or groupies as I referred to them). My apologies for not keeping my cool. It is difficult for me not to rebut defamatory remarks, especially ones that aren't warranted.

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    Thanks Doro!!!! Case Closed!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mhmacw View Post
    Amen to that Sir! I'm here to learn about audio not be ridiculed when i share something personal in the clubhouse. I have received the messages and will abide by them. I have met scores of other folks here that are great and very personable. I enjoy the forums and information. I believe it started when Jesse took offense to an exchange with H9 which was in my opinion delt with in later posts and moved on. From then on I have received multiple snide remarks and ribbing's if you will from members I have never had contact with(or groupies as I referred to them). My apologies for not keeping my cool. It is difficult for me not to rebut defamatory remarks, especially ones that aren't warranted.
    Fair enough. Take a break, relax, kick a dog and the others will relax as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    Fair enough. Take a break, relax, kick a dog and the others will relax as well.
    Peta will be pissed when they read that:D...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai View Post
    Ok, so what does it take for you to relax or do I have to drive the point home? There is no they....it's me. Why do you feel the need to lash out at the collective body? Settle your issues with the other members privately, not publically. The rest of us have better things to do.

    I suggest the other known members do the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhmacw View Post
    Amen to that Sir! I'm here to learn about audio not be ridiculed when i share something personal in the clubhouse. I have received the messages and will abide by them. I have met scores of other folks here that are great and very personable. I enjoy the forums and information. I believe it started when Jesse took offense to an exchange with H9 which was in my opinion delt with in later posts and moved on. From then on I have received multiple snide remarks and ribbing's if you will from members I have never had contact with(or groupies as I referred to them). My apologies for not keeping my cool. It is difficult for me not to rebut defamatory remarks, especially ones that aren't warranted.
    There's a difference between the need to correct some mis-information and the need for "fefuting defamitory remarks". People can say what they will, but as I stated in the other thread, don't let personal attacks affect you. All it does is get you emotionally charged and you don't think clearly anymore. Everyone gets the urge to respond emotionally, but those who do not are the ones that respond rationally and with thought behind their answers. Go with that.

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    Kicking a cat is my preference !:D

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    I kick my own ass on a daily basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    I kick my own ass on a daily basis.
    If I can get back to the Charlotte area I'll be glad to kick your ass for you Russ ;)

    I'm like a 1 legged man in an ass-kicking contest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lightman1 View Post
    I kick my own ass on a daily basis.


    I can think of dozens of us that would do it for you.;)

    My lawn has yet to recover after the pissing you did in it last year.:p
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    I think i'm missing something here.... anybody got a ticket to the circus?
    I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    I think i'm missing something here.... anybody got a ticket to the circus?
    ...no, but I heard there is a freak show coming to town
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    Why can't we let threads like this die?
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    Christ, what did I miss now
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohskigod View Post
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    nothing
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