On Saturday, August 16, 2003, at 08:55 AM, Berg Oswell wrote:
Baloney (or bologna, if you prefer). Your analogy is flawed;
No, it's not. but you're welcome to come up with your own
administrative philosophy, and use it for your own lists. Just don't
assume it'll work if you subscribe to mine... I'm not telling people to
do it my way. If it works for you, fine. If not, not.
Worse, the same logic that caused him to attack his own sheep will
inevitably lead him to attack his master, and the sheep belonging to
yeah, right... and then aliens will land and anal probe everyone...
love those conspiracy theories.
But what do you do when people start complaining about behavior
that is not against the rules?
ah, finally, a serious question, not a rhetorical fantasy.
answer is simple: yo tell the complainers to stop it. If it's not
against the rules, it's not against the rules. Just because you're
complaining doesn't mean you're right.
If it happens off-list, then it is
none of your business. How would you feel if you were the victim of
out of control admin type, who acts just like you say you do?
spoken like a true wolf.