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Discussion in 'Members Lounge' started by weegee, Jan 15, 2008.

  1. Roff

    Roff Well-Known Member

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    No offense, but unless others are interested in the direction this thread has taken, I suggest you continue it privately.:)
     
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  2. killivolt

    killivolt Well-Known Member

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    Note taken.

    Edit: The truth is I'd just like to remove it all. But how does one do that now.

    Edit:You now have exceeded the time limit (Damn)
     
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  3. arrie

    arrie New Member

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    Sorry about that. Will take better care in future.
     
  4. dave

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  5. quixotron

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    "the truth lies in the eye of the beholder."
     
  6. killivolt

    killivolt Well-Known Member

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    Truth........ !

    The truth. :D And time has a way of changing that (same) said truth in the eye of (that) beholder.

    Both in terms of yours and mine.

    It's not about who's right. But about what works and does not work. Leave Pride out and we all profit from the exchange.

    Peace be with you. Quixotron ;)

    Notwithstanding : Beauty is in the eye of that beholder.
     
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  7. Boncuk

    Boncuk New Member

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    Hi Marks,

    here is an example for "neutral" feed back: "I guess he/she can use fork and knife without crippling him/herself." :D

    Or, according to my philosophy: A neutral feedback is just "blabla".

    Hans
     

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