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Subject: The forum professional language
  I do not feel or agree that describing othere members as "donkeys" or "pissing dogs" is the appropraite language. I do not know how someone can justify this to himself/herself and at same time can ask the webmaster to help delete some inappropraite posts (or let us agree it was inappropriate". I must also add this "this is if the webmaster is the one different person.

Why can´t we agree on fresh start and use decent professional language?

Roy: it is up to you to take my advice or not. You are a smart and very intelligent man. I still respect you of course inspite of some past comments. But my advice is sincerely as this "if sharon can make one client trust you, she simultaneously can scare ten clients

[04-11-2007,16:26]
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SutarB
(in reply to: The forum professional language)
Sutar please also include morons, ignorant, witch, evil, that woman, and liar. Also, please be assured that my powers here are limited to email persuasion. The only additional credibility I have is my tenure.

I suspect I am the only woman that regularly attends this forum. To be perfectly honest, the behaviour of our 2 consultants is best compared to the behaviour of 2 dogs that follow each other down the street making sure they are the last scent on anything and everything. From a female perspective... that is exactly what I am observing and I find it quite amusing. Rather than being derrogatory - I would suggest it is a wonderful visual to describe behaviour that warrants a far less polite description. If it is seen for what it is... perhaps it might stop.

It is with a little bit of surprise that you reacted so strongly to my use of ´donkey´. In the Canadian culture we use the term ´ass´. Same sort of animal with the same strength of derogatory connotation. The first time I heard the word ´donkey´ in context I found it highly funny. Same holds true for the interchange of camel and horse. It certainly proves that the world thinks similarly but with a different selection of local comparisons. I never imagined that the standard ´Polish Joke´ would be served to me as a standard ´Libyan Joke´. Sadly, by the time they make it into english, they lose some of their punch.

I am pleased that my decision to send a comment your way may finally stop your endless acusations that I create fantasy characters on this forum. I noticed you have geographically relocated my imaginary guy. You may or may not be correct.

I agree that some decorum is sadly needed around here. Mutual respect may be a stretch but if we can find indifference, perhaps we can also find limited civility.

[04-11-2007,16:47]
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sharon
(in reply to: The forum professional language)
I forgot. My imaginary man concludes you must be from Algeria.
[04-11-2007,18:45]
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sharon
(in reply to: The forum professional language)
Nope

but have every respect to Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Canada and do not forget the US

[04-11-2007,19:24]
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SutarB
(in reply to: The forum professional language)
he apologizes if he offended you. that was not his intention.
[04-11-2007,19:46]
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sharon
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