Re: spreadsheet ergonomicsSnit
|Subject||Re: spreadsheet ergonomics|
|Date||04/04/2017 00:14 (04/03/2017 15:14)|
|Followups||Sandman (10m) > Snit|
On 4/3/17, 3:09 PM, in article email@example.com, "Sandman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
SandmanIt is a direct response to you trolling and doing as I say! Seriously, what more "substation" do you need?
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In article <D5080DA2.9C8BDemail@example.com>, Snit wrote:Snit's response: *silence*SnitSandman
Comes down to Sandman is going FAR out of his way to prove me right about his obsession over me.
What is the quantifiable measurement of my "obsession" this time? Can't be "responses" because you respond to me as much as I do to you. Can't be "mentions" because you mention me far more than I mention you.
So what is it, then? In what way can you show me that I am more obsessed about you than you are about me?SnitSandman
If those who troll COLA are not obsessing over me, lying about me, and begging for my attention then why are there so many examples of them doing so?
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This is part of your problem: you just make mindless accusations and then demand I work to refute them... ignoring how you were just proved wrong.
And with that, I will let you freak out and troll COLA while I focus, mostly, on tech. You have bored me out of your BS.
-- Personal attacks from those who troll show their own insecurity. They cannot use reason to show the message to be wrong so they try to feel somehow superior by attacking the messenger.
They cling to their attacks and ignore the message time and time again.