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Re: Clairification

I felt that he wanted to start a fight because, as I said, I gave a
sincere apology before anything else. He decided to tell me to grow up or
something well after this. That's his fault. He decided that he needed to
jump on the bandwagon for a flare war that should have been over the
moment I made my apology. That's it. This topic should be well dead by

*Steve                                       Sachelle Babbar
*'84  5ksT 1.6-2.0 bar                    <SBABBAR@IRIS.NYIT.EDU>
*Cockpit adjustable wastegate, AudiSport badge
*Disclaimer:"Any information contained herein is based purely on my own
*personal experience and may not necessarily reflect yours. Use caution as
*your results may vary from mine."

On Thu, 19 Mar 1998, Greg Johnson wrote:

> AudiQtroCp wrote:
> > I don't even think the person that slapped our pee-pee for the Jap*
> term is a
> >normal contributor to the list, but he sure found something to yak
> about this
> >week.
> Wow! It's taken me over two years to get involved in my first QList
> spat!  Hopefully, I won't be involved in another for two more years.  I
> know AudiQtroCp wouldn't want his uninformed, incorrect comments to
> become confused with the facts, so please allow me to clairify a few
> items....
> Point of fact 1.  I did not originally post any of this (now, an
> official absurdity) to the list.  I contacted Sachelle, privately, OFF
> LIST, person to person.  HE took it ON LIST, not me. I *never* intended
> for any of this foolishness to become a QList item.
> Point of fact 2.  I wouldn't know if I'm a "normal contributor to the
> list," but as previously stated, I've been here for a little over two
> years.  In fact, the QList helped me buy my first Quattro (second Audi)
> and helped me find another ('91 200 TQW) when the first TWQ was trashed
> (while parked).
> Possible conclusion:  before you start making comments about someone,
> you may want to make sure you have your facts straight. Then again, you
> may not.  If it's the latter and not the former, might I respectfully
> suggest a career in television news magazines, radio talk shows, Star
> magazine, or as the media advisor to the president. These jobs all
> require expertise in attributing things to persons that they never said;
> creating things that never happened; and jumping to conclusions that
> have no basis in fact.
> Lastly, if you have any more misinformation you'd like to share, _take
> if off list_ and contact me personally.
> Man, you start off making a private, off-list suggestion (that's
> intended to promote harmony) to one list member and the next thing you
> know, people start making things up, and the whole thing's out of
> control.
> GregJ (abnormal contributor)