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Posted: 17/February/2006 at 12:28 | IP Logged  |  Copy the link in order to refer to this post Quote icywave

I do not want to have an very ugly argument here, I started this "battle" on an friendly goal. I here represents all who miss your great contributions to the entire world by posting generous MODs and Fixes. I *suggest* that you should not be beaten by those with low levels of humanity, those who do not know how to value or appreciate. As I am only 13 at the momment, I cannot say anymore according to an aspect of rescpect. It is you who makes the decisions and us who urges. People are waiting for you sfd19, both the bad and the good. But the bad was once good, and the good could be sometimes bad. I hope your action of returning to a state before could change part of those whom have been being "unacceptable". It's getting late. I'm going to bed. Thanks, if you ever thought about my words.

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icywave wrote:
I do not want to have an very ugly argument here

You would be the first to get me into such an argument.

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I *suggest* that you should not be beaten by those with low levels of humanity, those who do not know how to value or appreciate.

Unfortunately, there exist too many of them. They are still a minority, but we have gone through lots of problems because of these few idiots. And since I decided to leave EzASPSite and WWF alone these problems have almost ceased to exist.

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But the bad was once good, and the good could be sometimes bad.

I would guess so, although some people posted here with manners that made me doubt if they were ever 'good'.



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Posted: 17/February/2006 at 20:24 | IP Logged  |  Copy the link in order to refer to this post Quote icywave

Are you talking about me?

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Of course, I cannot stop you from doubting, but all rounds up to a personal degree of trust. Especially for *your* members. I have been coding on my own, but as for only a few months of ASP experiences and the limitation of my 13 years old age, I cannot handle this much. Not for the amount of skills I have (I can post in Forums for support), but for the time I have, which is more rare than ability to me. (My parents hate it when I code, it takes too much time)



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Umm, do you still read this???

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