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From: Bradley Aaron Rebh <brebh@*****.BGSU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Lord Torgo again....He's fun to talk about :)
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 1998 18:49:06 -0400
On Sat, 18 Apr 1998, Norman R. McLeod wrote:

> OK, I was going to comment on this earlier and forgot. Please,
everybody, can't we just get along? In the lats couple of posts, about
Lord Torgo, LotP and Scatter, there has been a lot of needless sarcasm
and sillyness. I'm sorry, but nobody wants to be told off just becasue
they don't agree your opinion (not to mention any names, Bradley). It
is silly. You're acting like two year olds.

I think I have to at least defend myself here since this post was directed
publicly at me. Maybe sometimes, I can be a little harsh with my
response, I'll be the first to admit this. But, it gets really
frustrating when you're debating with people that only have one point.
And that point contradicts directly against another point that they're
making. Case with Scatter and LT. Basic argumentative logic, I guess.

Take that as sarcasm, immaturity, frustration, or whatever.

You almost made a good point in your last post about Rat and his
worshipping beliefs, though it sounded pretty silly itself. I _highly_
doubt it was the intent of FASA to imply that Scatter just worshipped a
Rat. You missed the point of Axle's post.

I'm sorry you feel as though I'm telling people off. I don't expect
or want everyone to agree with my opinions. If that were the case, I
wouldn't get the chance to feel so damn smart all the time. :P I like to
hear other points of view. Though refuting those points of view is part
of the debate and if I feel strongly enough about an item, I will debate

If you feel so put off by me, please just include in any messages that you
send to the list if it is ok for me to argue your point, ok? If you don't
want my specific input, just let me know. Thank you and enjoy your day.

Bradley Aaron Rebh


920 E.Wooster #4
Bowling Green, OH 43402


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