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Lou's reply to Mr. Hsiung-whutgud?

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 23, 2016, at 12:28:36

In reply to Lou's reply- responding to notifications-dyskrm Dr. Bob, posted by Lou Pilder on February 14, 2014, at 18:48:09

> > > I think our policy will be to respond to notifications either by posting to the thread we're notified about or by replying directly to the person who notified us. Unless that rule of 3 applies.
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> > > When I'm notified of posts, I'm enforcing existing rules and responding either on the board or to the posters who notified me. One exception is that I think right now it may be good for this community as a whole, and for me, to leave some of Lou's notifications outstanding.
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> > I guess one could say the 2013 policy was a revision of the 2006 policy.
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> > Bob
> Mr. Hsiung,
> You wrote that your policy that you give yourself the option of responding to my notifications or not, is a revised policy from your policy that says that you will respond to all notifications here to you.
> But how does that include the outstanding notifications from me {before} you say that you revised your policy?
> But it is much more than that. For if you give yourself the option of responding to notifications from me while you will respond to all others, since I am the only exception that you state, is that not what constitutes administrative discrimination? And it is much more than that, for I think that if my notifications were responded to, that lives could be saved, addictions and life-ruining conditions could be prevented. I am asking that you post responses to all of my outstanding notifications starting with the most recent.
> Lou Pilder

Mr. Hsiung,
You say good will come to you if you do not respond to my notification to you.
What is this good?
Lou Pilder




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