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Re: it's me again...

I have met Cara in person and she is normal.  No maniacal cackling when she
communicates.  She's just got the emoticon disease.

Mark's right, emoticons lose their meaning when applied too liberally.

And he's right again that Cara is an EDP ninja.  She uses it very fluidly.
She certainly helped me to expand my concept of the EDP when I went down 
a visit, and I have totally stolen her FCB1010 DirectMIDI command layouts
for the EDP.  Thanks, Cara!

But other than those two small things, Mark is not right about anything he
says -- especially when he disagrees with me -- so don't listen to him.
Actually, Kim and I have been secretly collaborating on a script to go
through the LD list archive and remove all his posts, since they are filled
with so much deceit and disinformation.  ;)


----- Original Message -----
From: "mark" <sine@zerocrossing.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 11:23 AM
Subject: Re: it's me again...

> It's just that when you put the lols and smiles after every sentence
> they loose all meaning and become noise.  To be honest, they make you
> sound like an idiot, and you're not.  Sure a good emoticon or <smile>
> tag after a sarcastic quip (I wouldn't know anything about those
> <smile>) can be useful, but when I read your posts I imagine you
> sitting laughing manically at everything you say.  Are you really
> laughing out loud after you write every sentence?