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From: Billy-Jack Ebare
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
Date: March 11, 2003
When you post a comment on an open forum such as this one, you're bound to get all types of responses, both good and bad. I know that I speak for many when I say that your initial comment on this find was taken badly, for the simple reason of how you worded the posting. It was in very bad taste to include the race of an individual, even if it was based on descriptive value... Secondly, the response you gave to the people who responded to your posting was not a good way of handling a situation... It only fueled the fire as they say. I have an unwritten rule that I have lived by for many years. Never give out any information on anything, unless you are completely sure you can back up 100% what you are saying... I know you're not lying, and I know you're a good person. I was told something from an english professor when I was in university. Words have an unbelievable amount of power, both good and bad; both written and spoken... How you write or say someting will often be how you are interpreted as a person, by the person reading it. Lesson learned.