I declined to reply in my English Lesson thread to Antipodes's and Spot's comments
about my dot-museum idea. So Antipodes called me arrogant for that, and Spot
called me lame.
Uh, shouldn't threads be on topic?
Then Spot posted a new thread about my first museum idea while ignoring my
second museum idea [which amends my first idea]. I replied with ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
because he started his thread with ad hom attacks on me, rather than a discussion
of the ideas.
I now will post a detailed reply to his post, ignoring his adhom
[and brain-dead] attacks on me.
Spot wrote: "He suggested .muse for museums and
music, but despite his self-proclaimed expertise in English teaching, he seems to
be unaware that music does not have an 'e' in it, and therefore setting up a .muse
TLD for it would be a BLOODY STUPID IDEA, made even worse by sharing the TLD with
*** MY REPLY ***
Spot's logic is like saying that dot-biz is a
BLOODY STUPID IDEA because 'business' has no 'z' in it.
But Spot does not critize
the dot-biz TLD for including a 'z' that is not in 'business' - making him a hypocrite
for his comments about music lacking an 'e' in it.
The Greek word muse [which,
yes, has an 'e' in it] is the root of both 'music' and 'museum' so it makes sense
to have dot-muse [or dot-mus] be a shared TLD for museums and music websites.
I already amended my idea with a second idea: two different TLD's for museums and
1. dot-mue or dot-muse for museums;
2. dot-mus for music websites.
down the forum page to find my original comments thereof to verify the veracity of
my comments herein.