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NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 09:01:20 -0600
From: "John Fields"
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Subject: Re: Austin Instruments to Close
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 08:52:46 -0800
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Professional circuit designer
"Phil Allison" wrote in message
> "John Fields" wrote in message
> > On Wed, 15 Jan 2003 09:39:57 +1100, "copro Phil iac"
> > shat:
> > >
> > >"John Fields" wrote in message
> > >news:email@example.com...
> > >> ---
> > >> You're not the sharpest knife in the drawer are you Phil? It went
> > >> completely over your head...
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > ** And my post clearly went straight over yours - which is as
> > ---
> > Stupid lame copycat, here's what you missed: Go back and look at
> > the way "liable" and "libel" were used and if you can understand
> > the clever humor in Ken's reply there might be a chance for you on
> > the food chain somewhere between between tick and dung beetle.
> > ---
> ** I saw the neat wording immediately - what convinces you I did not??
> Sheer prejudice ???
Prejudice? That's idiotic. All I know about you is from the trash you post,
and from what I've read so far you aren't all that clever, you're just mean
and vituperative. You have an axe to grind, for some reason, and you've
decided that this is a place with an audience large enough to satisfy your
voracious appetite for abuse. The reason you _didn't_ mention the wording
is simple; you didn't see it. If you had you would have made some insulting
remark about it to "prove" how smart you think you are. It's always like
that with people like you; you allude to knowledge you don't have and then
when someone gives it to you you pretend to have known it all along.
> > > Autistics do have comprehension problems.
> > ---
> > I can see that.
> > ---
> ** John, have you ever been diagnosed? Are ther others in your
> family who have ?
> It is VERY obvious. I am not joking.
Phil, with your feelings of inferiority manifesting themselves as a need for
you to alway "be on top" and your penchant for self-delusion I'm sure you
can (in your own mind) take pretty much any set of circumstances and make it
seem like you're in control by darting around, changing the subject, and
using all the other little subterfuges you employ in order to keep from
having to look at yourself and reality and how you fit in.
I mean, if you want to talk mental health here I suggest a little
housecleaning is in order on your end. PKB, y'know... Can you understand
I _have_ gone through a battery of psychological testing, and although the
first series of tests yielded negative results and indicated I had a very
low potential, my resistance to the testing was high at that time. Since
then I have taken some counseling, and once I realized I was charged with
the responsibility for my own well-being, underwent a parallel series of
tests, with the current results being very positive.
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