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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Austin Instruments to Close
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 08:48:53 +1100
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"Mark Fergerson" wrote in message
> Seconded. I wasn't going to get my feet dirty with this
> thread but Phil's arrogance and absolute lack of sensitivity
> evidenced in this thread are just too much.
** The taboo on the word autism has just got to go. I seems to be one
of the BIGGEST hidden issues in the world.
> All of us have had our problems with each other at one
> time or another but I can't recall this level of
> name-calling, or this kind of dismissive attitude toward
> people's kids. BTW Jonathan, kudos for not descending to
> Phil's level.
** I used an everday word used in relation to adults behaving badly - a
technical term for a condition. For someone to complain that I was
offending his kids is plain absurd.
> Also seconded. Taking sides on newsgroups is silly (and I
> know I'm doing just that), but if I had to choose which of
> you were to leave, I know who I'd miss, and who I wouldn't.
> Mark L. Fergerson
** Folk like you Mr Ferguson are just plain low life.
You have made no specific complaint but merely posted a series of
Think how unreasonable that is - if you can.
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