cmdrrickhunter wrote:No, I haven't listened to it. If she's addressing posters like me, feel free to laugh at me. I'll laugh with you, I enjoy being the butt of a joke that brings people mirth.
cmdrrickhunter wrote:A lot of people are nontrivialy hurt by Aeire's vanishing act. Her failing to take 5 minutes for us, to me, says that she feels her 5 minutes are worth more than the pain of her readers. Its not even 5 minutes, more like 3. I choose to view that as a reflection of her character. You are welcome to do the same, or just shrug it off with "she has her reasons".
Her valuing 5 minutes when she's swamped with massive deluges of work is a fair decision. However, to have 2 hours to spend on random people when she doesn't have 5 minutes to address those who are closer to her, that just seems a little bit wrong.
However, to have 2 hours to spend on random people when she doesn't have 5 minutes to address those who are closer to her, that just seems a little bit wrong
cmdrrickhunter wrote:Anyways, you are right. Perhaps closer was not the best word. More associated with? Ugg, I think a lady I ment explained my life really well a while back. I told her I was an engineer and she quipped off "I used to not know how to spell engineer, now I are one!" I really dont know what the most accurate word would be. I would see putting more value on readers than random people. Anyone with any skill with this accursed language want to help me out? =) Pre-brainwashed perhaps?
cmdrrickhunter wrote:As for the "just leave" answer... most people who left just have. However, some of us are a bit too dramatic to do so. I personally felt like "she owes me an answer," until I read a few posts here which corrected me on this mistake. So I posted what I feel now. Hopefully people will be able to push closer to the truth of what we feel, one more argument to discuss.
badkittyface wrote:cmdrrickhunter wrote:personally, i wouldn't be surprised if this girl changes her mind about doing another project. if Bill Watterson had had this much bitching and whining every time he took a sabbatical, we'd have had a lot less Calvin and Hobbes.
fourpastmidnight wrote:Of course, this implie that Aeire cares what anyone thinks. :) Of course, comparing Aeire and Bill Watterson is like comparing a garin of sand to the Sahara, but I see your point. No offense, but Bill is the man.
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