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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Breeding the good mite

    > You'll have to learn to live with someone who's got you figured.

    Time will tell on that score!



    ultracrepidarian >> noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside of his expertise

  2. #42
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    Default Re: Breeding the good mite

    Quote Originally Posted by mike bispham View Post
    I just want to take every opportunity to demonstrate the concealed partiality of those who repeatedly unsettle tf discussions at the tf forum.
    Note that this little tête-à-tête got started when Mike's response to a perfectly reasonable post by Juhani Lunden was this:

    Quote Originally Posted by mike bispham View Post
    I think you should think this all through again, and next time you post make clear that this is your own speculation. I think its nonsense from beginning to end.
    Apparently Mike feels that him calling the post by Juhani Lunden "nonsense" does not "unsettle" discussion!





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    ultracrepidarian >> noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside of his expertise

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    Default Re: Breeding the good mite

    Radar, you can cut me up short anytime you feel I need it. I'll survive. Just keep up the helpful links.

    I generally get more out of a conversation than a debate.

    This post was started mostly to clarify my own thoughts in progress that it cannot be as simple as focusing on just the bee. If it headed off into a biology lesson so be it. This is beesource and I would expect nothing else.
    4 yrs, Peak 14, back to zip, T lite; godfather to brother's 3.

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    Default Re: Breeding the good mite

    Saltybee, if you are referring to posts 11-12, I was attempting to add to the string of "imported" items in your post in what I thought was a humorous way. There was no message beyond that, but I can see how my comment might be misinterpreted, or perhaps more likely, my sense of humor is somewhat twisted, to use a polite term.
    ultracrepidarian >> noting or pertaining to a person who criticizes, judges, or gives advice outside of his expertise

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    Default Re: Breeding the good mite

    Not at all! You have not offended me at all. Few people can. It is a waste of time. Not your sense of humor, usually it is mine that is the problem. I was not referring to any specific post at all. If you ever hooked my ego, you wouldn't be wondering if that is what I meant.
    Sometimes everybody has to disagree with a post. I was good with Mike's posts as well. Highjacked by neither of you.
    My point, if you ask for or give opinons, expect a response. Do not sweat the result.
    Very clumsily said by me. Still is. My apologies.
    4 yrs, Peak 14, back to zip, T lite; godfather to brother's 3.

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