What is Mind? And does it require a "Soul"?

vodkafan

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Hi Dizzie, well I certainly learned my lesson. Syzygy never "got" my humour, to be sure. I did apologise to her about one which was a cultural misunderstanding. But the difference was that while my posts were never meant to be a "dig" or an insult, hers definitely were. She publicly called me a pervert twice on the forum, which is untrue and unacceptable. RMT gave her several chances to put it right . That's all I can say on the matter. Although I never understood any of her posts, I never wanted her to be banned , never bore her any ill will and that's the truth of it.
 

Dizzie

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Hi Dizzie, well I certainly learned my lesson. Syzygy never "got" my humour, to be sure. I did apologise to her about one which was a cultural misunderstanding. But the difference was that while my posts were never meant to be a "dig" or an insult, hers definitely were. She publicly called me a pervert twice on the forum, which is untrue and unacceptable. RMT gave her several chances to put it right . That's all I can say on the matter. Although I never understood any of her posts, I never wanted her to be banned , never bore her any ill will and that's the truth of it.
Thanks for weighing in, vodkafan! I appreciate your thoughts on the matter. I commend you in having been forthcoming with an apology in the past. I'm also sure that you never intended insult. By the same token, you never quite know how someone will take something. And in Syzygy's mind, perhaps in some strange way, she meant no insult either. It all boils down to perception, which is why I have offered mine.

I certainly believe that you bore no ill will and had no desire to see her banned. That is noble of you to mention. Perhaps RMT will be able to consider your charitable givings in this situation in the same way that a judge might consider a victim suggesting a lighter sentence for a defendant that has been convicted of causing them damages.

Diz
 

Einstein

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I certainly believe that you bore no ill will and had no desire to see her banned. That is noble of you to mention. Perhaps RMT will be able to consider your charitable givings in this situation in the same way that a judge might consider a victim suggesting a lighter sentence for a defendant that has been convicted of causing them damages.

Diz
Maybe in exchange for some blood...
 

Gpa

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