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Re^6: How do janitors get fired? (sneaky)

by shmem (Chancellor)
on Jan 11, 2007 at 08:56 UTC ( #594081=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^5: How do janitors get fired? (sneaky)
in thread How do janitors get fired?

Why should I prevent someone from doing a service to the community that they proclaimed that they wanted to do in demonstration of their attention to official site methods for internal policy issues in favor of granting access to someone who visited the site but repeatedly put off taking notice of janitorial issues to be discussed?

For the moment I fail to parse that. I'll try again.

You really should avoid trying to infer emotion from text-only communications. What is really up is that you have invented some emotional content for my words that is completely off target. So far off target that I'm at a loss for much of what to say in response.

There's barely any communication without emotions, on either side. I guess my posts so far give evidence that I try to not heed them, but that depends on the matter at hand. This one is about the feelings of a demoted janitor, so I have a hard time doing it here. That said, I didn't invent emotional content - that's why I asked. I have been answered partly with your direct reply, partly with other notes you wrote in this thread. Thank you.

--shmem

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