|From:||Ray Martin <marsaviator@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 13 Apr 2014 10:31:24 -0400|
i am amazed at the MEANNESS of the responses!!!
there is no education.
it is all about personal pride.
i understand an attempt to persuade one to take a different course.
but, to be so disparaging - i know it all and you are so stupid. REALLY?
it is interesting to see the varying viewpoints. but, a little decorum goes a long way too.
i have a great appreciation for those who are willing to expose their human attempts at peering into difficult subjects.
not all responses are helpful or guiding in anyway.
i, unlike many of you, was not born with knowledge.
i am glad to hear from those who have tread the path before.
there are those who say "i have written many languages". but they did not share lessons learned. this vast knowledge that they have accumulated will disappear as they will. and us lesser mortals receive no benefit. some hyperlinks to those great languages, lessons learned, pitfalls to void.
sometimes brilliance can appear so mean.
On Sun, Apr 13, 2014 at 10:15 AM, Amanda Vizedom <amanda.vizedom@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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