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Subject: Re: Reinstate Thorsten Czub? A plea.

Author: Don Dailey

Date: 22:34:28 09/24/98

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On September 25, 1998 at 01:31:49, Don Dailey wrote:

>On September 25, 1998 at 00:03:38, Detlef Pordzik wrote:
>>On September 24, 1998 at 20:27:47, Don Dailey wrote:
>>>>Did you consider the possibility that Thorsten was the victim of a pre-planned,
>>>>private email conspiracy which set out to provoke and then zap him based on his
>>>>inevitable "off-topic" response ?
>>>>Steve Blatchford
>>>Do you think we are stupid?  Of course we considered this. We looked
>>>at many angles.  We are convinced that Thorsten was partially baited
>>>and goaded.  The problem is that Thorsten is the easiest one on the
>>>group to bait and that in itself caused a lot of problems.
>>>- Don
>>Besides the fact, that I can't figure your answer as polite by no means, I
>>partially - must - accept you answer in your proclamation towards the entire NG
>>in annother mail
>My answer was not intended to be impolite, I hope Detlef doesn't take
>it that way.   If so I apologize in advance to him.
>I probably was a little iritated at the question, simply because
>we tried so hard on Thorstens behalf, and yet in the end it is
>suggested that Thorsten is the victim.  The string of offended
>members doesn't count and are not important but only Thorsten is.
>>In the highest majority it was, no doubts, TC's own fault.
>>But " victims " - my Lord - that's a strong word.....
>Obviously you were not the subject of his attacks.  It's pretty easy
>for you to say this isn't it?   I don't think some of his targets
>can brush this off as lightly as you do.
>>if one wants to nail a thing up high, he does it. And the more he tramples on
>>it, the more it gets disturbing - kinda experience of life....
>>No question, that you didn't make it easy on yourself, you got a defined duty
>>from the NG members, and it ain't easy, as I suggest -
>>yet, senseless, I really pity this loss and somehow can't prevent the feeling
>>of a modern " book burning " -
>>even viewing the respectful work of the moderators, a bad feeling remains -
>>at least from my side....
>Join the club.  Do you think it was easy for us?
>- Don

Woops,  it was Steve Blatchford I meant to apologize to.  Sorry
Steve for being so abrupt with you.

- Don

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