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From: Mike Harding
Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 11:00:58 +1100
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On Fri, 17 Jan 2003 10:06:16 +1100, "Phil Allison"
>"Mike Harding" wrote in message
>> >> Do you consider yourself to be normal Phil? From a mental
>> >> health perspective that is. This is a serious question btw
>> >> not a wind up.
>> > ** A wind up - from you ? Mr ADHD himself ?
>> It's an area I have some training and experience in and
>> I'm curious to know how you see yourself.
> ** Liar.
What a strange thing to say about someone you know
nothing of who makes a perfectly reasonable assertion.
>> You clearly
>> consider many, many other people to be suffering from
>> some form of psychological disorder
> ** Not true.
Quoted from one of your posts of yesterday:
> Phil, You are a clueless dipshit. You have absolutely no idea as to
> what autism is all about. Get lost.
** I know EXACTLY what it is all about. I work in close
connection to the live entertainment industry - it is full of
them. So is engineering and Academe.
I'd say that constitutes "many, many other people" wouldn't
>>and I wonder if
>> you see your own personality and actions as the norm
>> by which you judge others or whether you think that
>> you too have a psychological disorder?
> ** Pompous crap.
I thought it would be a bit too close to home for you
to answer. Maybe one day you will, at least, be able
to answer it to yourself.
I wish you well Phil, I think you need it. You are clearly
a very unhappy and lonely person.
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