on 4/16/06 12:01 PM, TurquoiseB at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Rick Archer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:
>> on 4/16/06 11:22 AM, authfriend at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>> The issue is not *that* we "become involved in somebody
>>> else's business," but *how* we become involved.  If we
>>> stick to substance and don't make false accusations and
>>> don't insult one another and try to be objective and
>>> *fair* in our exchanges, there will be no feuds.
>> This is the best paragraph in your whole post. Unfortunately
>> there are a lot of "ifs" in it. The problem is that you and
>> Barry seem to be incapable of living up to all of them.
>> You'll probably say that you are but Barry isn't. Barry
>> would probably say that he is and you aren't.
> Barry is in the process of *demonstrating* that he
> can leave this silliness behind. There will be no
> further comments from me about Judy Stein. Judy
> does not exist.
> If I follow through on what I say above, and she
> continues to makes further negative comments about
> me, I think that should settle once and for all
> who has a vested interest in perpetuating the
> "feud," who is obsessed, and who cannot let go
> of the past. 

That was a comment about Judy Stein.
> The past is dust. I think that the *future* posting
> history of both of us will settle things one way or
> another. And that's the last thing I have to say
> on the subject...

Great. You have so many interesting things to say (all of them lies, of
course, but nonetheless interesting). Why waste your time on feuding?

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