[DMCForum] Re: Controversy
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[DMCForum] Re: Controversy



I will agree with Mike and some others that I believe you like to
stir controvesy and troll looking to snag poeple into it, and I also
find one out of ten of your posts worth reading ;-)  I will however
also say I do not find it to be a personal attack, I just think you
enjoy it.  Just the same opinon many would seem to have hence the
dunking booth :-)

Also debating is fine, but when anyone tells a one hand account of
an event, should that account be taken as absolute fact?  My point
was to say that I am sure there are other sides to it and probably 
a completely different account from the toher party or parties
involved.  That has simply been my experience when going to an
accident or other event I did not witness, and getting second hand
accounts.  Most stories posted here about encounters with police or
sheriffs or whatever, are just an excuse to vent.  Again most not
all. They don't originally for a debate, that is just what usually
follows.

Gary

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Thanks Jon.
>
> I think the problem is that if I say something that
> can be interpreted as negative about a general group
> of people, and the reader identifies themselves as a
> member of that group, they think I am personally
> attacking them.
>
> While I don't know Mike, I have known Gary for a
> number of years.  I also know he is a cop, therefore
> if the discussion is about his profession I would
> expect him to defend the position of cops (as he has
> done).  Gary and I get along pretty well in person,
> which does make his comments about me seem less
> malicious than others may read.  Mike on the other
> hand, I don't know if I have ever met him.
>
> The problem goes back to what I think is their
> interpretation that I have attacked them.  Therefore,
> they feel the need to attack me personally (and by
> name).
>
> Some people go through life measuring their success by
> being liked.  I'd rather just be me, and if you like
> me that's great, if not "oh well".
>
> Know this, I mean no personal disrespect to anyone.
> If anyone identifies themselves and thinks I have
> targeted them, know now that it is untrue. 
>
> --- Jon Heese <dmcforum@xxxx> wrote:
>
> > I'd invite all of you slamming Marc to look at
> > yourself.  Exactly what
> <SNIP>
>
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