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Bleck Cra
2011-09-14 16:33:36
Still looking for other Mviews Members
Context of comment:Des - you have taken the gentleman's position (sounds a bit raunchy - sorry ...) and let the powers kick this into touch. I don't have a gentleman's bone in my body (the raunchiness is getting worse Ö) and I will stay with it for a bit.
It does however look like the case against is huge and ours invisible by comparison but when an idea is unceremoniously dismissed, it is nearly certainly two things: a difficult one to do and a good one. The boy having to do the thing weighs his own effort against what seems to him of little reward. Of course the thing is, the idea is not for him to employ but for someone else, so his view is personal and probably jaded. My own reasons for wanting this list are simply this. Sometimes I remember something a particular contributor wrote took my interest and I want to contact him/her through the mechanics of the site. I remember the contributorís site name but not the actual piece written - so I want to track down that piece, check it out and get back to the contributor - so I trawl back through recent contributions and give up. I can't find the contributorís name to click on to see if I could find it on the list of his/her contributions - and I probably couldn't find it by the title anyway.
So what I want to do is simply go to a names list, address the contributor on his/her piece and elicit an answer without a whole lot of palaver. Now it seems that to run something like this will rain down all the punishments of Hell upon us Ė and we donít want that Ė but you know, I would still like to do it.
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