<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Since last night 11pm or so PST, there have been 25 posts. 15 of
> stem from Shemp deciding now was a good time to revisit his views of
> what Judy posted in January.
> If that one post were kept at the poster's thought level, the
> ensuing low value (IMO) 14 posts would have not been posted.
I'm not sure what you mean by "kept at the poster's
thought level." Would you be willing to elaborate?
For the record, I responded because the post was
factually inaccurate--i.e., not just a matter of an
opinion with which I disagreed.
If the 14
> subsequent chain of replies were kept at the poster's thought level,
> then the abundant fuel (apparently of venom) would not be added to
> spark of one posters momentary (hopefully) lapse of judgement and
> This perhaps requires posters to realize just because they thought
> thought, that does not necessarily make the thought valid, useful,
> humorous, insightful or of broad value -- that is, it may not be
> worth posting.
> If posters were less possessed / driven by the past events and
> percieved ego hurts, and less prone to listening to inner deep
> of preconceptions, prejudgements of posters -- and simply read each
> post for what is in the post itself (not myriads of past posts
> rattling in their brains), then discussion on FFL would be far more
> interesting IMO -- and not a reincarnation of a 60's type encounter
> Is being driven by and apparently obsessed with the past a sign of
> deeply embedded spirituality? Makes one wonder about the
> of all these techniques people have been practicing for years.
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