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Gregory S. Morrison
gsm at gregorysmorrison.com
Tue Aug 10 11:39:40 MDT 2010
We've been pretty lucky on this List in not having ranters and profanity
users. All of that is completely unnecessary. This is supposed to be a fun
and informative site, not a site for open hostility. I've been a part of
this internet community for a long time and am very disappointed in this
While I do not speak for the List or anyone on it other than myself, I hold
these truths to be self-evident:
Insulting and offending prospective purchasers isn't a good way to drum up
We usually sign our posts with at least our name, maybe our city, maybe our
car(s). It makes it a bit more personal that way and people are less likely
to say something that they might later regret.
Profanity has no place on this site. I can understand an exception in the
name of humor but when used in a hostile or threatening manner it is
I've known Craig for years and he is a good guy. Eric has also established
himself on this List. Their credibility is much stronger than any
antagonistic profanity user. That's a fact.
Just my two cents.
On 8/10/10 9:36 AM, "Eddie" <eddietude at socal.rr.com> wrote:
> "There are several centuries of combined experience and love for our
> cars, so you should be able to understand our hesitation with
> non-traditional eBay/seller practices."
> I'd say there are several centuries of entitlement, and
> self-righteousness when it comes to the Datsun Roadster.
> "We tend to try to protect our own."
> HAhahahahaaha. No, not really.
> "Enjoy, not every venue on the internet is a capital enterprise, try
> 311s.org 'for sale' section however."
> There's nothing wrong with someone making it known they have parts for
> sale. NO ONE would have an issue if he was listing fendors for say,
> $25. The problem some have is they think his prices are too high. But
> if he was "fire saleing" everything, many of the people who complain
> would be ALL FOR his listing, and they'd be touting what a great deal
> the stuff is.
> So let's cut the bullshit. The problem some have isn't with his
> listings, it's the PRICES he's asking. And that's because they are
> cheap asses with a sense of entitlement to Raodster parts...
>> Eric G
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