On 2016-01-26 07:24, Virgil Arrington wrote:
On 01/25/2016 01:40 PM, jomali wrote:
Please note that the original message by Nasrin was on a topic germane to
this list. One member with an excessively tender sore spot objected to
something in Nasrin's signature that expressed his sincerely held faith.
There was no intent on Nasrin's part to proselytize or to demean
faith, as Phil's diatribe does.
I tend to agree about signature lines. They can contain all kinds of
things having nothing to do with LO. Sometimes they're funny;
That would be fine . .
times they are informative about the writer. Phil's signature line
includes his address in Australia, which is informative, but has
nothing to do with LO. Nasrin's signature line includes a a few lines
about his Muslim faith,
Another person with low general knowledge . . again I am not surprised . .
also informative but also having nothing to do
I pretty much ignore signature lines, and I can't possibly imagine
being offended by one, regardless of what it might say.
a Christian who loves Muslims
And there we have it - another person who has an agenda - they can't
criticise someone else for proselytising their superstitious nonsense
because they have their own superstitious nonsense . . a person who "loves"
someone else but does not even know that the person they "love" is a "she"
and not a "he" . . clueless . .
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