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Re: OT: My no weekly tip ddl auditing

From: Mladen Gogala <>
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2004 16:50:10 -0400
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On 04/30/2004 04:27:18 PM, Michael Fontana wrote:
> I don't know, Mladen.
> Let's be a bit more open-minded. This is an open forum. If someone
> wants to share, I will read it, or ignore it, at my own choice. This is
> not just a place to espouse opinions or ask questions. JMHO - thanks!

I was explicitly mentioned in the message, so I'm well within my rights to respond. I didn't continue the original debate, because I've said what I wanted to say, but when provoked like that, I will respond. You can read him or you can ignore him, but what you can not do is to patronize me. I need this list as a place to ask questions and read interesting stuff, and a Tom Kyte wannabe posting in bad English is just something to make this list more difficult to read and, thus, less useful. Unfortunately for me, he chose this list for his ego trip. You may read him or you may not. Your taste doesn't have to be identical to mine but I do take offense when being scolded about open mindedness. In addition to that, I mustn't forget to express my eternal gratitude for you telling me what this list is about. Being a member only about 8 years, I didn't have enough time to figure it out on my own. Now, be open minded about this!

Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA

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