[mythtv-users] Let's get our heads straight here on listings solutions

Brad DerManouelian myth at dermanouelian.com
Mon Jun 25 16:40:19 UTC 2007

On Jun 25, 2007, at 9:34 AM, Joe Borne wrote:

>>         3) Then, there's us.  We *know* we're not working on a 60 day
>>         solution, Joe, and you'd know that too, if you'd been reading
>>         everything we've been writing.
>> We're way ahead of you, Joe.
>> But I'm sorry to hear that you're not happy to see our efforts.
>> I don't much *care*, mind you, but I'm sorry.  :-)
> Mr. Ashworth,
> I guess next time I'll just bow down, and be grateful you have seen
> fit to grace us with your brilliant, albeit misguided and sarcastic
> efforts.
> Despite my constant attempts to keep this discussion on a rational and
> non-personal level you have seen fit to instead turn this into a
> grievance of some sort. If at some point this appeared to you to be a
> personal attack I apologize, for such was not my intent.
> I will not apologize though, for trying to point out potential issues
> and assist the community in making a sound decision.
> Your level of sarcasm, vitriol and insult really is beneath
> professionalism. I sincerely hope this situation finds a resolution.
> In the spirit of such I have done nothing but attempt to provide
> productive input in a professional manner. My most recent post, which
> was not addressed to you,  was designed to present a more rational and
> congenial tone to this discussion. I now see you are incapable of such
> a discourse. I however, will not stoop to that level.
> I suggest you go back and read Mr Lonie's response to my arguments. He
> was rational, dispassionate and polite. Although we disagree, there
> was no malice in our interactions. Such is the model for these types
> of debates. Let's try to follow it.
> Also, I don't recall giving you permission to call me by my first
> name. In polite company such a thing is considered extremely rude.
> Now I am sure you will have a reposte for my having taken issue with
> you. You seem to have a penchant for needing the last word. Remember
> that the last word is not always the best word. My prediction though,
> is that you will find the urge to have it irresistible.

I'm bored. If you have a personal problem with someone, do it in  
private - or at least make it interesting reading.

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