Re: Solo hiking
Susan Ganther (susan@EMAIL.UNC.EDU)
Wed, 2 Aug 1995 15:13:30 -0400
Jim, boy have you got a lot of nerve.
On Wed, 2 Aug 1995, Jim Miller Sr. wrote:
> Subject: Re: Solo hiking
> Somehow this thread seems to have lost track of the original problem. Susan
> indicated that she was hiking with a group and purposely passed by the agreed
> upon meeting place because she felt that the rest of the group would "wimp
> out" and quit before climbing the mountain which she wanted to climb.
wrong, get the story straight before you start judging people
> violated the social contract which she had with the group. As a result she
> caused the group unnecessary worrynad an unnecessary search thereby
> undoubtedly causing taxpayers money to be expended searching for her.
A rather rude assumption on your part, what gives you the right!
> also, through selfishness, put others in unneccesaruy danger while engaged in
> that search.
Wrong again, there was NO SEARCH
> IMHO, she was selfish and self-centered and if she was in my
> unit would be benned from any further hiking activities with the group.
IMHO you are rude and obnoxious and should be banned from the list. Let's
take a vote and see if the group would like you to bend to their will and
apologize to me.
> If she wants to go solo hiking that's her business, but if she cannot learn
> to bend to the will of the majority than she should not be allowed to
> praticipate in group activities.
First of all, we are talking about something that happened 25 years ago.
You, sir, are taking me to task for something I did at the age of 16 and
I am now 41, I really don't need to hear any more from you on this
subject unless it is an apology. You have taken the liberty of making up
facts. What gives you the right to characterize me in this fashion.
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