[Ardour-Users] a few thoughts
robquin at uklinux.net
Wed Dec 5 04:23:29 PST 2012
On Tuesday 4 December 2012 23:36:46 Ricardus Vincente wrote:
> On 12/04/2012 06:09 PM, Rob Quin wrote:
> > If you know that it's arrogant then why did you post it?
> Because I don't consider it arrogant in the least, but I had a feeling
> that someone might.
Sorry but I think you should take responsibility for your own opinions and
actions. That feeling that you mention is your feeling not mine. If you have
that feeling then you DO know that it is arrogant. If you then persuade
yourself that you don't know then you are deluding yourself.
On 12/04/2012 01:03 PM, Rob Quin wrote:
>> If you want arrogance then how about:
>> " Agreed. I wonder how much real work-flow experience Mr. Petrosillo even
>> has to be making these sweeping statements."
> That one's MINE! :-) I am SO wearing this hat. :-)
> To me it sounds like a fair question. One that begs an answer.
> It's sad that we live in a world now where the media no longer asks
>tough questions, and it has conditioned people into thinking that tough
>questions are out of line or inappropriate.
To me it did not sound like a fair question because it did not deal in any way
with the merit or demerit of Adriano's ideas. So it came across as a question
from someone who had run out of valid arguments.
Only you know the real intent behind the question I do not but it came across
to me as rhetorical question designed to undermine Mr. Petrosillo's right to
have an opinion. In the event Adriano did answer the question by telling us
about some of his projects. In my opinion that was noise that would not have
been necessary if his right to have his opinion had not been questioned but
maybe others found it interesting.
I don't mind tough questions. I haven't asked any questions myself but I have
expressed some forthright opinions. I am not completely convinced that I have
got it right. I am aware that I am criticising your behaviour here but I have
tried hard not to let my posting descend into trading of personal insults. I
hope that I have succeeded in that.
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