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Subject: Re: Re: [DNA] Summary of 1st inquiry. I HOPE it's wrong. PLEASE ADVISE
Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2006 21:29:12 -0500 (CDT)
I asked a question the best way I knew how
Didn't get a satisfactory answer
Took responsibilty for it
Asked again with more clarity
Because one person responded
sensitive to the new request
>From: William L Harvey <>
>Date: Mon Apr 03 19:52:28 CDT 2006
>Subject: Re: [DNA] Summary of 1st inquiry. I HOPE it's wrong. PLEASE ADVISE
>Am I the only person here who is offended by this guy's tone and vacuous
>way of correspondence?
>I would suggest he learn how to ask a consise rational question without
>all the extraneous non-relevant garbage included. A civil attitude
>wouldn't hurt a bit either.
>Is the list admin still away?
>> It should have been quite obvious that I was looking for a simple
>> answer. Particularly after the way the second inquiry was
>> Particular the very distinct for in which I specified the answers.
>> It seems to me that there were two appropriate social responses
>> a)"well, I don't know how to render such a complex matter simply"
>> and write nothing.
>> b)Apologize for 'necessary forthcoming pedantry and obfuscation' and let-loose.
>> At least a 'simple man' would be fore-warned
>> This is NOT a class room
>> Furthermore the first word in the forum name is NOT DNA (even though it comes first in the alphabet.
>> IT IS GENEALOGY.
>> Comprised LARGELY of nice "Little old ladies" of BOTH genders
>> ill-equipped to deal with the scientific onanism one so OFTEN
>> sees in scientific forums.
>>>Hey lady, you're talking to an educated, informed -and impatient
>>>68 year old man, NOT a 22 year old student
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