Posted by alexandra_k on September 30, 2004, at 23:58:37
In reply to Lou's response to alexandra_k-2 » Lou Pilder, posted by Lou Pilder on September 30, 2004, at 22:35:56
> My "unque"? style of posting has been called by some as a logical unfolding. This unfolding has the potential to reveal what others can not see. I like to think that it is like looking in a mirror in a dark room and the light slowly increases to reveal what was in a dark room. It would not matter how many posts were inserted between my posts to do this. Others may not post while I am posting because they might see the unfolding and do not want to interrupt it. Others may not post while I am posting because they may want to wait untill more light occurs. Others may not post while I am posting because they may not understand what is available to them at that time. Others may not post while I am posting because they are not interested . But whatever reason that there is not a post inserted between my posts, it is not because there is some prohibition to doing it.
> The style that I use is called an apokolupsis. I did not learn it, for it is the only way that I can post because of my condition. I consider it to be a gift.
I value your contribution to the board, and did not intend my post to be a personal attack. I do think that rows of posts from one poster is a bit excessive, however, and is a monologue rather than a conversation.
I am sorry (you can disagree if you like) but I do refuse to believe that you are unable to control your posting style. What about a 'one post per ___' rule where you assign yourself a certain amount of time to try to pack all that content into a single (or even three) posts?
I appreciate that you like being able to post like that, but I also appreciate the notion that babble is intended to be a group that converses.