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I also wish I were an admin, so I could say whatever I wanted when someone was dictating to other members what is "appropriate" for the forum and being an a.......
Oh wait, I am an admin. That means I can discuss what the recourse in this situation would be and post accordingly, like I did today! Whoopie!
Why do the things that we treasure most, slip away in time
Till to the music we grow deaf, to God's beauty blind
Why do the things that connect us slowly pull us apart?
Till we fall away in our own darkness, a stranger to our own hearts
And life itself, rushing over me
Life itself, the wind in black elms,
Life itself in your heart and in your eyes, I can't make it without you
I understand you're desire to explain yourself. But the first rule of communication is "The message you send is never exactly the message that is received." Meaning: readers often interpret words to mean something outside the original intent of authors.
I didn't know there was a definitive "first rule" of communication so I did a google search. There wasn't a lot to go on, but from what I did find, it appears there is no agreed upon or absolute first rule of communication.
1. There are many slips between the other person's ears and your lips. The message you want to convey may be garbled, distorted, camouflaged or completely lost by more dominant messages. This happens because the recipient interprets your message by his or her brain, not by your brain. To avoid this, think about the possible ways in which your message can be misunderstood or distorted by a recipient who is not on the same wave length or of the same orientation that you are.
In summary, there appears to be many "first rules of communication."
1.) Keep your audience awake.
1.) Be kind.
1.) The message you send is never exactly the message that is received.
All are fine first rules of communication. And I think we can agree on one thing: We'd all get along much better if we kept these rules in mind when we post. Or when we read others' posts.
Hope this was as fun and informative for you as it was for me.