[JPL] Mr. Ed

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 7 16:42:52 EST 2007

It's simple with me Ed. If I'm responding specifically to someone on the list I address them. Ed, John, Pete, Debbie, King Kong, etc....then respond. Another way to look at it....say someone didn't read the post you're responding to - previously. I know it's happened with me many times. I see someone responding but I have no idea to who or which post because no one used a name. You're using quotes but no name so don't just assume folk know who you'te speaking to because not everyone reads every post. That's my point. Are we there yet :>)

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In a message dated 3/7/2007 3:53:50 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, 
jaejazz at yahoo.com writes:

<<.. Well then it should be addressed to me and Bobby. Like I'm addressing 
you now. That's my point which apparently you missed. Just like you are 
"referring" to me at the moment. "You." I think it's disrespectful. You obviously 
don't think so..>>

Guilty: I guess I'm missing the point, Jae. If individuals are posting in a 
public (or semi-public) forum and someone is responding to a specific post (or 
two), why is it impolite or disrespectful to address them in return? Should 
he have said "the two folks whose posts are excerpted below are obviously 
Wynton fans..."?


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