From: John Sisker on
<semiretired(a)my-deja.com> wrote in message
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Currency movements are normal and to be expected.
You still post the name of a currency which does not exist.
Please take it on board that asking for EuroDollars is
a sure way to get contempt.
People should not be misled with false information.
You write that you had a wallet full of currency whose
name you could not be bothered to remember
If you cannot remember a name with only four letters,
what reliance can be put on anything else you claim
to be "fact"?
Does posting your signature file not carry with it any
obligation to try to be accurate?
Regarding tipping:-
WHEN ABROAD, FIND OUT THE LOCAL RULES
AND FOLLOW THEM.
Otherwise the line of this post applies.

Happy (properly informed) cruising.



This was already addressed before, resolved and hopefully lessons learned -
that is, unless one simply wants to keep stirring the pot for some reason.
Yet, in all fairness, maybe I mixed this up a bit with Disney Dollars, for
pushing this point is rather moot and Mickey Mouse to me. As mentioned
before, this is almost like Disney building Euro Disneyland, but having the
French throw a hissy-fit until it was renamed Disneyland Paris.

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From: Kenn Smith on
Well, you gotta' give John credit. He's managed to get his signature
line out 13 times (thus far) in this one thread.

From: Tom K on
On 5/27/10 5:12 PM, Kenn Smith wrote:
> Well, you gotta' give John credit. He's managed to get his signature
> line out 13 times (thus far) in this one thread.
>

He's never really figured out the concept of "less is more"...

One post a day... (like George and Susette do) and people remember who
you are. 20 posts of annoying constant bombardment a day and it ticks
people off to no end.

That is unless Charles' initial though is correct.. that he's simply out
to cause trouble... that he's really just a troll.

But, assuming that's not the case, he simply doesn't get it. He does it
to the point of driving people crazy... not sure what he expects to gain
from driving people crazy?

--Tom
From: George Leppla on
On 5/27/2010 4:33 PM, Tom K wrote:
> On 5/27/10 5:12 PM, Kenn Smith wrote:
>> Well, you gotta' give John credit. He's managed to get his signature
>> line out 13 times (thus far) in this one thread.
>>
>
> He's never really figured out the concept of "less is more"...
>
> One post a day... (like George and Susette do) and people remember who
> you are. 20 posts of annoying constant bombardment a day and it ticks
> people off to no end.


FWIW... I don't think I even post that often. I do read most of the
posts from people that I don't have kill-filed and if I see something I
can add, I send it along. I seldom start a subject just for the sake of
starting a subject.

I am getting better at ignoring people... and I find that I don't always
have to be the one making corrections on other people's posts.

I find reading r.t.c. to be more enjoyable this way... and less time
consuming!


--

George Leppla

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From: Tom K on
On 5/27/10 5:49 PM, George Leppla wrote:
> On 5/27/2010 4:33 PM, Tom K wrote:
>> On 5/27/10 5:12 PM, Kenn Smith wrote:
>>> Well, you gotta' give John credit. He's managed to get his signature
>>> line out 13 times (thus far) in this one thread.
>>>
>>
>> He's never really figured out the concept of "less is more"...
>>
>> One post a day... (like George and Susette do) and people remember who
>> you are. 20 posts of annoying constant bombardment a day and it ticks
>> people off to no end.
>
>
> FWIW... I don't think I even post that often. I do read most of the
> posts from people that I don't have kill-filed and if I see something I
> can add, I send it along. I seldom start a subject just for the sake of
> starting a subject.
>
> I am getting better at ignoring people... and I find that I don't always
> have to be the one making corrections on other people's posts.
>
> I find reading r.t.c. to be more enjoyable this way... and less time
> consuming!
>
>
Plus, you and Suzy are friends with most of the people here, having
sailed multiple times with most of them...