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I am sorry for starting this fight between Tazz and Heme - Thu Feb 03, 2011, 02:17 PM
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All I wanted was to know is - If I was in full compliance to go active - I am sorry I caused a fight. It's all better now - it was a glitch and PSO has it fixed now - So lets kiss and make up please.

As for TAZZ864 - I DID look it up - and found no reason to NOT be active - and then you called me LAZY in your arguments with Hempedennis? ...

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I believe I said 'DON'T believe me, look it up...' I refuse to 'man up' and take responsibility for others' laziness....geez go stir up somethin else...

That was totally uncalled for, you needn't call others names when you have no idea what when on BEFORE the question was posted

Thank you anyway

Gary
 
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Thu Feb 03, 2011, 02:43 PM
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As for TAZZ864 - I DID look it up - and found no reason to NOT be active - and then you called me LAZY in your arguments with Hempedennis? ...

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I believe I said 'DON'T believe me, look it up...' I refuse to 'man up' and take responsibility for others' laziness....geez go stir up somethin else...
Boy Gary, I think you missed the point. When I said, 'laziness of others...' I was referring to those people who are too lazy to look it up-- you looked it up, thus I don't think I referred to you at all...

Secondly, calling it a fight may be giving some too much credit. That presupposes there was a chance one could question the 'rightness' of an opinion--which one can't...

Im just sayin...
 
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Thu Feb 03, 2011, 02:44 PM
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Lets not try and add Fuel to the Fire


*Closed*
 

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