I think some of us are out stepping our limits with Marc37 (namely Marc237 FzyLgic and FIHTies). Moreover, the aforementioned really need to learn the deviation between what LabelKing and I said to Marc37. Whether or not it is your opinion that what Marc37 did was wrong (as LabelKing and I also stated). I think the rest of you (namely Marc237 FzyLgic and FIHTies) lack the decency in its entirety to assume; from a single event; that Marc37 is a violent and indecent person. I never knew that Marc237, FzyLgic, and FIHTies policed the world and were the last word in what is right or wrong. Please realise that I am not siding Marc37 in any way, and I agree what he did was wrong, but your behavior with him is of equal indecency. ImageWIS on a separate note; this is the same reason why the argument between us on the NM thread began; you out stepped your limits with me by doubting my identity, therefore my reaction was obvious. Fraud is not something I look kindly upon, and yet less so when I am called one.
Forgive me in advance, but I respectfully disagree. Â Your e-mail assumes that I believe, in balance, that Marc37 is a "violent and indecent person." Â I made no such claim. Rather, I criticized his arrogance and lack of being a "gentleman" for pushing a woman to the street for having purportedly been rude to him. Â You appeared to have agreed that the conduct was "extreme". I am prepared to stand by my position that pushing a person to the street, particularly a woman, is not the act of a gentleman and the willingness to proudly boast of how that pushing was intended to teach a lesson displayed boorish arrogance. Moreover, as a fellow poster to this forum, I have the right to express an opinion as to the appropriateness of certain conduct. I do feel that it is not appropriate to allow certain behavior, such as pushing people or bragging of having done so, to pass by without remark.