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*corrections*-Lou's reply to Robert Hsiung-crct

Posted by Lou Pilder on April 3, 2008, at 14:40:33

In reply to Lou's reply to Robert Hsiung-hpct7, posted by Lou Pilder on April 3, 2008, at 14:15:59

> > > > B. In those criteria,if any, could you allow the statement in question, just because the poster writes that they believe it? If so, how does the fact that the member posting the statement in question that they believe it make the statement any less to the recipiant that {feels} put down or accused when they read it?
> > >
> > > It depends on the statement. "I believe Dr. Bob has gone overboard" could still lead me to feel accused.
> > >
> > > > C. If a member objects to you that a statement here makes them feel put down or accused, do you have some way to say to them that the statement in question does not make them feel put down or accused, even though the member reporting writes that they feel accused or put down when they read the statement in question?
> > >
> > > No, of course not.
> > >
> > > > If you could reply to any of the above, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.
> > >
> > > Lou, I welcome feedback, but I can get busy sometimes, and don't have a staff to reply for me, so I'm afraid I can't respond to all posts to me. I hope you understand, and please do feel free to continue to add your voice to the discussion here.
> > >
> > > Bob
> >
> > Mr. Hsiung,
> > You wrote,[ depends on the statement...],
> > I ask;
> > How does the poster prefacing a statement that could lead, let's say, a Jew to feel put down make it so that the Jewish person does not feel put down when they read it, if the poster prefaces the statement in question with {I believe}?
> > If you could post here what your criteria are in {it depends}, that you use to determine if the statement that could lead a Jew to fell put down would not feel put down when they read the statement if it has {I believe} in it, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly. And if you could take in account your post to me that says that you will expell me from the community if I was to post the foundation of my faith that I believe, in regards that my God has revealed to me in a supernatural way, which the faith boards express purpose is to discuss the service and worship of God or the supernatueral, a commandment to me that I xxx(the foundation of Judaism), then I could also respond accordingly.
> > Lou Pilder
> Mr. Hsiung,
> I have requested that you in (A);
> [...How do you determine as to what is in question in a post as to if it could lead someone to feel put down or accused as to what the criteria are that you use to make your determination....?] I think that it could facilitate our discussion if you post here those criteria, for part (B) that you did reply to IMO is connected to that so that I can post my response accordingly. could you post those criteria here?
> I asked in part (D) if you take a survey to find out if something is likely or not to lead a person of a group to feel put down. I think that a reply as to if you do or do not take a survey is important to me in our discussion here.
> In our discussion , I would like for you to include in any response as to what you posted here on July 22, 2002;
> [...Sometimes the goals of these boards conflict. Our goal is of course that they be supportive. Another is that people feel free to post, since how else are they going to be supported? But being supportive takes precedence. My approach to civility is, it doesn't matter if someone really believes something--or to some extent even if it's true--if it's uncivil, they shoudn't post it...](Robert Hsiung July 22, 2002).
> I would like for our discussion to include the action that you took here in the following post where you write,[...I think that's good...] which was a response by you to a rephrasing of a post that was considered to be unacceptable but became acceptable by you because the poster put {I believe} in it. (citation hpct7)
> Lou PIlder
Mr. Hsiung,
In,[...I had requested that you in (A)...How do you determine...I think that it could facilitate our discussion if you post those criteria...for part (B) that you did reply to is IMO connected to...could you post those criteria here?...I asked in part D if you take a survey...a reply is important to me...]]
I am withdrawing that request and the reading would then be starting at:
[...In our discussion, I would like for...].
Lou Pilder




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