Re: [DML] DOA possible benefit?
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Re: [DML] DOA possible benefit?

Sure I can't speak for others, but I've had far more positive
experiences online than negative ones. Honestly, I believe there have
only been about maybe 4-5 negative interactions in the almost 12 years
I've been on the DML. I've built up many friendships online that have
been just as cordial in person as they have been electronically.

The sad fact of the matter is while I recognize quite a few people in
person from pictures of them at events and so forth, the rest I have
to ask for Screen Names so I know just who in the world they are!

I've even met people who've complemented me on old posts I'd wrote
years before. Sure everyone has some negative interactions here and
there, but overall I believe that more positive has come from online
communications than people give credit for. Especially when it does
come to those relationships that actually do get forged. It's like Pen
Pals. Except we write tech advice back and forth. And while everyone
has personal political beliefs that I may not agree with, I don't let
that get in the way. Nor do I think do the vast majority of others out
there as well...

vin 6585 "X"

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, DMCPROTO1@... wrote:
> The funny thing is I told Ken Baker when I returned from the DCS how
much we 
> all get along in person and the Internet stinks when it comes to
> building. Great seeing you all again, thanks to VideoBob for the 06
DVD's I 
> got all choked up watching it on the plane ride home, it made me
miss Proto... 
> :(
> **************
> Gas prices getting you down? Search AOL Autos for 
> fuel-efficient used cars.
>       (
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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