Richard, I like you a lot and I enjoy many of your posts. I just hope that you see the irony of your saying that it's "the redundant factor that is so disappointing." I'm just saying: I think you've posted turq's quote about Rama's rising off the couch so many times, I almost know it by heart!
On Wednesday, October 15, 2014 7:34 AM, "'Richard J. Williams' pundits...@gmail.com [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com> wrote: so, sure, you've elected to make this mission one of your life goals. The question might be, what is it taking time from? > > >this of course is unlike Barry who has indicated he writes his posts at >lightning speed, never proof reads and spends maybe five or ten minutes a day >here. > > >To which I say, really? > On 10/14/2014 8:48 PM, awoelfleba...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote: > > >To which I say,"Why and when did he get so lazy and uncaring?" It takes >nothing to be sloppy, slapdash and careless. Those kinds of people are a dime >a dozen. > To which I say, most of the informants on this list couldn't write a junior high school essay in longhand and get a "C" on it, not to mention "speed-typing" without proofing - on a cheap laptop computer inside a crowded dimly-lit bar or cafe in Amsterdam - after a few beers while at the same time eating a taco with your right hand. The word count of most messages on this list wouldn't even qualify for as a good tweet. It's not about the number of messages the informants post or where or how long it takes them to compose one - it's all about the content. It's the redundant factor that is so disappointing. How many times are they going to post that Fairfield suicide article? Go figure.