Why do you think it's OK to keep posting messages up about yourself?
is for discussion about new gTLD agreements, not about whether InternetAdvocate is
right or wrong about this and that.
For a some time half the messages here have
been of little worth. We had Jim Fleming's bollocks for several weeks, and more recently
InternetAdvocate v a bunch of other people, including at times myself. When I was
posting up messages taking the piss out of you, it was half in jest, because I really
believed some of your ideas were laughable and I also found the dialogue exchanged
amusing. But a joke is a joke, and it ceases to be funny after a while.
has taken a different tone lately, and some of the others have expressed annoyance
about these matters. So I decided to refrain from giving my opinion to some of your
ideas recently to not be part of a source of annoyance for others.
persist in posting up worthless messages. (I'm not attacking you here- I admit that
when I posted up messages slagging you off, they were worthless too). It is incredibly
egotistical to think that it is OK to start off new threads defending what someone
has said about you. Everyone else has to put up with all these threads, which have
no relevance to their lives, and just clutter up the forum.
Many in this forum
also believe very strongly and passionately about the issues that are relevant here
and it must be very frustrating for them to have to sift through all this crap. It
is no different to receiving lots of email spam.
So why don't you ignore people
slagging you off, and cease to give them reason to slag you off.
Let's keep some
intelligence in this forum.
Merry Christmas - I mean that.