Noirin Plunkett wrote:
> On 7/17/05, Bryan O'Donoghue <typedef at eircom.net> wrote:
>>>Clearly it doesn't, or you've chosen not to let it drop, so I'll have to
>>insist, quite politely, that when you are addressing me in public in the
>>future, if you wouldn't mind showing a modicum of civility and manners.
>>> Well, if we may now insist on certain standards on ILUG, I'd like to
> take this opportunity to insist that you learn to punctuate correctly
> - and apply that learning to your emails.
>>>>I've met quite a few people who... debate like
>>this on the Internet. It's worth noting, having scanned briefly over
>>your email, that you've spent more time, trying to undermine me
>>personally, then you have, in actually constructing a valid argument,
>>> You, on the other hand, seem to have spent more time sprinkling random
> bits of punctuation around your email than constructing an argument,
> valid or otherwise.
Is it you, isn't it, who is, errm, Colm's girlfriend ?
In any case I stand bye what I said, I won't go digging up the
corroborative evidence to support it and I /won't/ pursue this ...
pointless argument any further with you either.
To be quite honest, I've taken enough insults, and I have no wish to
rehash it -any- further.
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