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From: Felix Hoefert <FHoefert@********.DE>
Subject: Re: [Fictional Cards] the Ares Corporate Strike Team
Date: Sun, 5 Apr 1998 23:35:28 +0200
Bradley Aaron Rebh wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Apr 1998, Matb wrote:
> > Bradley Aaron Rebh wrote:
> >
> > > <Clip Ares Card Ideas>
> >
> > > "I think I'll wait til Corp War (or whenever) for the real thing to
> > > show up :)"
> Just so everyone knows, this was the exact response I got from you when I
> submitted the Twist idea (trade Corp War for Second Run, I have the
> original message still if you need your memory refreshed). You gave a very
> similar response when I submitted my Bioware card ideas also.
> <clip unrelevant part of message>
> > And I apologize for meeting your sarcasm point-for-point. Doesn't do
> > much for a discussion but, hey, I have feelings too.
> Now you know how others feel (not just me) when you step up on your soap
> box and degrade their ideas and questions. More than once, you've rather
> harshly answered a newbie question with a less than polite response.
> Guess I just don't appreciate it when people can't take what they dish
> out. If you feel like continuing this conversation, please respond to
> this privatly. I've made my point.

Funny how different viewpoints make things look. I always took Matts
answers for friendly sarcasm. And some card ideas (not necessarily
Yours, Bradley) just need some revision. Id take it for constructive
criticism if someone were to comment on my cards - if it was a sarcastic
comment, Id ponder a little over what would have caused that comment.
Sure, some things arent meant to be changed, and some messages are
meant to be ignored. I hope you two wont start flaming over this issue.
Anyway, 180+ list members maybe read the card ideas, and one or two put
them down (a bit), so why bother.



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