=- James Cameron wrote on Mon 2.Jul'07 at 16:08:47 +1000 -= > > Wow, I forgot about this answer, and now that I found it again, > > I wonder why you reacted the way you did [...] > > You can waste a lot of our time by analysing our reactions. I > advise against analysis. There is no way for you to know the > circumstances in which I've replied. That's why I'm asking you, who should know; I was only indicating interest to learn from you. > > What kind of reaction to this response of yours have you expected? > > I don't write a response based on expectations. Well, you wrote you were interested in an authority, you asked what I understood by it ("authority, support, enforce") and disclaimed sole responsibility but that there are others required to ask besides you. I picked up the idea to create it, I answered your questions, and I addressed the others I believed necessary to be asked. Don't ask for something when you don't want to deal with the answer. Especially don't use the form you later complain about. > I call a spade a spade. I suspect you cannot. Next question? ... but you appear as if calling once for a spade, next time for something else, effectively making no difference to you. Either you don't always call it a spade or you don't know what you want. Neither is useful. As well isn't when you call for improvements, but when asked how, then don't tell. -- © Rado S. -- You must provide YOUR effort for your goal! EVERY effort counts: at least to show your attitude. You're responsible for ALL you do: you get what you give.