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TheHoodedMan
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 12:30 pm    Post subject: Re: On a Train Reply with quote

Thanks for the background.

I do have a couple of questions:

Where and what posts have you read about me;

Were you ever on PID Forum and under what handles were used;

BTW anyone is welcome here, I just think it is proper to let people know who you are and since I know what it means to have to at some time go through your background, it is easier to start out by telling everyone yourself before some other person decides to do it for you and make it look like an expose'.

It would also be a good thing to tell folks where you are at (location)in a general sense as it helps to know if it is 10 PM on west coast and you in Florida that it's 1AM and possibly not responding to a direct question or email until the next day.

It also brings people together as you might have lived in the same place at one time of even have or be related and never knew it.

I could go on and on...

TFR
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 1:11 pm    Post subject: Re: On a Train Reply with quote

TheHoodedMan wrote:
Thanks for the background.



You're welcome, it was fun.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

Where and what posts have you read about me;

Were you ever on PID Forum and under what handles were used;


You suspect something?

I think an expose of myself could be very amusing. As long as you don't dig too deeply (I am after all a poor miserable sinner).

I registered on the PID forum in the fall of 2005 and posted one post, which I deleted a short time later.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

BTW anyone is welcome here, I just think it is proper to let people know who you are . . .


I know of one forum where you're required to post under your real name unless you can convince the moderator that it would be an undue hardship. They also don't accept email addresses from places like Hotmail, Yahoo, GMail, etc. I'm not sure how they put it, but basically you have to have an email address that's a little more permanent, like from your ISP.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

It would also be a good thing to tell folks where you are at (location)in a general sense as it helps to know if it is 10 PM on west coast and you in Florida that it's 1AM and possibly not responding to a direct question or email until the next day.


I'm currently under CDT time. I only have intermittent internet access and may only be able to post as infrequently as once a week on Saturday mornings. This weekend is an exception.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

It also brings people together as you might have lived in the same place at one time of even have or be related and never knew it.


Has anyone ever heard of Aurelio's?
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TheHoodedMan
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 2:01 pm    Post subject: Re: On a Train Reply with quote

You didn't answer my questions

Also, do you read the PID Forum still?

You also seem to be vague when you do answer.

Please re read and just give specific answers.


I don't want to be perceived to be harsh, I just have an intense curiosity and due to my years of working in the Legal field my writing style has taken on a more direct style which can come over like that.

What I am saying is please don't assume I am writing or responding in anger, it is just my habit to ask direct questions and throughout the years I have adapted to it. Many years of Trial work and legal writing has forced me to get to the point and that just appears harsh if your not used to it.

When I notice it I do try to work at being less direct and soften my style, it is usually when I am pressed for time and trying to get it done I revert to my usual working style.

Hope that explains me a bit better.

TFR
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 12:52 am    Post subject: Re: On a Train Reply with quote

TheHoodedMan wrote:
Where and what posts have you read about me;


Only the posts here and at PID.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

Were you ever on PID Forum and under what handles were used;


I already answered except to say my handle was my real name, which I now regret using.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

Also, do you read the PID Forum still?

Yes.

TheHoodedMan wrote:

I just have an intense curiosity


You seem more curious about me than about Jim or Fresca or Boodedybones.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 1:47 am    Post subject: Re: On a Train Reply with quote

train wrote:

You seem more curious about me than about Jim or Fresca or Boodedybones.


/me starts singing (off key)

looove is in the air... la laa dee dee dee
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