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RE: origin of bats/
firstly, I'd like to apologize: I wasn't aware I was violating netiquete. I
simply saw Mr Peters offering me the information about his theory offline,
despite the fact that I wasn't the only one who asked about it.
(ie, his "If you're interested>>> in the topic, kindly contact me off line and
I'll share what I have."...I didn't so much contact him offlist, as hit Reply
All, as I always do)
> Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 12:41:52 +0200
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: origin of bats/
> This appears to be a reply by Anthony Docimo to an offlist e-mail that was
> sent to him by David Peters.
I wasn't sure why he sent it to me offlist, to be honest.
>>>>> Jaime, I'm just giving you the cherries on top. There's so much more
>>>>>in the dataset.
>>>>then why are you afraid of it?
>>> Why bring up "afraid"? That's totally inappropriate. If you're interested
>>> in the topic, kindly contact me off line and I'll share what I have.
>> are you doing this with everyone?
> No, and he shouldn't be expected to do that. The other way around: Everyone
> is expected to wait for the paper before trying to discuss it.
I kept saying "publish. we'll wait."
>>>If you were really interested, you'd ask for more information.
>> we've ALL been asking you for more information.
> Yes. We will, however, gladly wait for it.
absolutely. that's what makes his "if you were really interested, you'd ask
for more information" so frustrating.
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