Posted by Lou Pilder on May 6, 2012, at 4:58:27
In reply to Lou's reminder-deighlhbihndif?, posted by Lou Pilder on February 18, 2011, at 15:57:26
> > Mr. Hsiung,
> > You posted here,[...should be caught up...].
> > Caught up with what?
> > There are
> > A. outstanding emails from me to you
> > B. outstanding notifications *
> > C. outstanding b-mails from me to you
> > * in the outstanding notifications, these could be in the archives.
> > There are requests from me to you that are outstanding.
> > If you are wanting to answer my requests to you, then here is a situation that is outstanding where I am requesting that you post in a thread where you write that an antisemitic statement is OK and I am requesting that you post in that thread as to if or if not then you are considering the antisemitic statement to be supportive or not, for you write that support takes precedence and the forum is for support and education.
> > Here are some links to what is being discussed concerning that. If you are wanting to mwean that you want to be caught up now, then could you reply to me as to if the antisemitic statement in question is supportive or not? After all, people could think that it is because you write that support takes precedence and that antisemitic statements are not civil and that you do what will be good for the community as a whole. I find it hard to understand how one could draft their rules to permit antisemitic statements as being supportive when the drafter of the rule says that one match could start a forest fire and not to post anything that could lead one to feel put down and in addressing posts that coud lead one to feel put down you writew that you are sorry if a statement sanctioned caused the one that the statement was directed to to feel put down.
> > Lou Pilder
> > Here are some links too posts that have links to this ongoing situation that I would like to have caught up.
> > http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/admin/20100321/msgs/951879.html
> > http://www.dr-bob.org/babble/admin/20100321/msgs/953236.html
> Mr. Hsiung,
> In regards to your reminder policy here, there are outstanding requests from me in the above.
> Lou Pilder
In regards to your policy to keep reminding you, the above.