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From "Dakota Jack" <>
Subject Re: Some questions
Date Wed, 05 Apr 2006 22:35:32 GMT
I would like to disabuse the "usuals" of an assumption that seems to pervade
these discussions, viz., that everything is open for discussion and
any statement
is warranted.  That simply is not consistent with intelligent discussion.
The very idea that Struts 1.x is a viable choice for a new project is itself
really questionable.  I have to wonder how anyone looking at the issues
could think that and be taken seriously.  Is there nothing on this list that
is settled truth?  Nothing?  I thought at least the fact that this community
has abandoned Struts 1.x as second rate ought to be unassailable grounds for
NOT recommending it to people asking for advice.  But, I guess not.  I don't
know if a normal conversation is possible with this community.

On 4/5/06, Frank W. Zammetti <> wrote:
> On Wed, April 5, 2006 11:46 am, Dakota Jack said:
> > Frank, this is uncalled for.
> Talk about uncalled for... you call me deplorable and ignorant in another
> post, and what *I* said is uncalled for?
> > Jonathan is clearly right on this and you
> > are
> > clearly wrong.
> I bow to your omnipotence.  You clearly have all the answers, and the rest
> of us are just lucky to be living on the same planet as you.  I would not
> dare to debate you, since I am so clearly, totally and utterly wrong about
> everything.
> And as with Jonathan, feel free to have the last word.  I've already been
> drawn in more than I should have allowed.  Then again, when dealing with
> someone so clearly superior to myself, how could I have hoped to do
> better?
> Frank
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"You can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it float on its back."
~Dakota Jack~

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