And thank you for responding so clearly and interestingly.Quote
Thank you very much for your observations about my thoughts.
Susan, this response is extremely long, and I will answer each question of yours.
I don’t think there can ever be too much thinking!!Quote
I have not responded recently due to other activity. I posted other things because I am always thinking, something my manager at work says I do too much.
As far as I’m concerned, Synthetic Dave reads it in the same way, caps or not, but if I have to read word by word, then it will announce caps. But people tend to refer to over-use of caps as shouting.Quote
I use caps to emphathize an intent of meaning. It is an old habit that I have used to underline words and phrases when I write on paper. In fact, a first draft of this conversation is on paper.
Examples? One of the most important things is to think how the words we use are going to be read by others. Clarity is essential.Quote
As for "caring", I do value and sometimes am astonished by the words used by posters on GHMB.
And if everyone agreed or pandered meekly to another’s obvious errors, it would be very boring.Quote
Yes, "wise words", as you said, are individually discerned as either valuable, or regretful. I admit that some posts are not to my liking, but that is the nature of a discussion board.
Attitude is often evident, but the way to deal with that, in my opinion, is to find words which do not rise to any intended slur, but assert better information firmlyybut non-aggressively.Quote
I do agree that no one poster has the autonomy to instruct; rather, I do think that some posters are informing with a little attitude. I have been paying attention to that aspect of the boards.
The ‘even’ is unnecessary, out of place and implies a sneer, however minimal or unintended.Quote
I have learned more than I have shared. Even you
I hope you think that about me whether you agree or disagree. That is where it is important to remember that we are all here on an equal basis.Quote
are valued as a level-headed poster, even when I disagree.
I think I see what you mean, but it is not clear.Quote
I do support, however, the unique strain of thoughts that convey a mental format, I.E., imagination.
As for now, I am entering my responses to your questions. I notice how much work you have put in to communicate your observations about my entries. If I seem weak-minded, it is because I have to learn to be considerate to other posters.
Well, I for one owe a lot to GH. I had started to use he internet – my sons said, ‘Get a computer, Mum.’ I had an lectric typewriter and I said I would do that later – I was still trying to get used to no more focal vision – and then they saidk ‘get a COMPUTEER, Mum!!’Quote
I am taking your questions to heart. Now, I can relax and enjoy the discussion nature of this Forum.
A friend taught me how to e-mail and then, after months of wondering what to look for next, I thought, ;I wonder if Graham Hancock has a web site.’ And found this.
There was quite a bit of back story to this, but it would take too long to go through.
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