> On Sat, 11 Mar 1995, Piers wrote:
> > On Fri, 10 Mar 1995, Ryan Shelswell wrote:
> > > It's probably too late to change it now: however, with better planning,
> > > this could be avoided next year.
> > Patronising bastard.
> Would you care to prove or justify that on any grounds?
Prove you're a patronising bastard? Oh, I see what you mean. Well, the
ProgSoc elections last year were hardly any more organised, and the
CompSoc elections *this* year are less organised.Considering that ProgSoc
achieved more last year than in any other of its history, I think your
words both untrue and self-serving.
> > I for one think we shouldn't vote for anyone who
> > complains to the dean about a progsoc member's WWW page.
> > Hmmm, Ryan?
> I can only assume your bitchy accusation refers to Tom's home
> page. I haven't talked to the dean in months, and certainly
> didn't complain about it.
My comment was about nothing you said, but what someone else said. If
there's a connection (i.e. if you are the deprecator), then so be it. I
cannot see any explicit accusation in what I wrote, nor do I recall you
actually saying you would complain about the page in question, rather that
you "thought someone might complain about it". If you meant the former,
perhaps you should have said that (but as you didn't, you didn't have to).
> Try getting possessed of a clue instead.
A-hah! My first clue! [The Great Detective examines the fragment of
distinctive tweed with a masonic pin and trinchipolly ashes (again)]
I don't think we need this animosity; coincidences are strange things.
"Manon me dit 'non', mais moi je l'aime" - Manon des Sources