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Re: Professionalism, etc...
- From: Steven J. Richardson
- Date: Thu Nov 02 15:39:02 1995
Can we please actually practice some professionalism by
getting back to technical topics? This list is for Network
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>Subject: Re: Professionalism, etc...
>To: email@example.com (Jeff Young)
>Date: Thu, 2 Nov 1995 10:26:28 -0500 (EST)
>In-Reply-To: <199511021309.IAA24793@foghorn.reston.mci.net> from "Jeff Young" at Nov 2, 95 08:09:35 am
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>This is getting personal and way off topic, so I'll take the
>'middle road' with Jeff before we drag this down more,
> give a short response, and end it.
>( with my financee in Germany for over a month, and absolutely
> no sleep last night, I cannot find the 'high road' this AM,
> sorry ... )
>Whomever is superhuman, always speaks and rights exactly what
>they intend, always void of emotion and in complete understanding
>of all past and present (not to mention future) events and
>actions please continue this discussion without me :-)
>I am human and therefore not worthy to discuss professionalism
>nor any human condition. Thanks Jeff, for pointing that out.
>I need to be constantly reminded of my imperfections. I
>realize them myself, but appreciate your reminder and tact.
>.... we should all follow Jeff's example and when any human
>forwards or advocates an idea, no matter what the position,
>lets look for a human fault and or some 'not so perfect'
>assembly of symbols of expression (words) with 'not so perfect'
>foundation (human emotions) and use them to counter argue.
>It certainly works very well to defocus the discussion from
>one of ideas and aspirations and to create an interesting
>side show. Excellent counterpoint Jeff. It is impossible
>for me, unworthly, soiled, and defeated to continue in the
>' has professionalism been redefined ?' thread.