Re: Object-oriented thinking in SQL context?
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 09:47:47 -0700
David BL <davidbl_at_iinet.net.au> wrote:
>On Jun 10, 8:28 am, Bob Badour <bbad..._at_pei.sympatico.ca> wrote:
>> Gene Wirchenko wrote:
>> > rp_at_raampje.(none) (Reinier Post) wrote:
>> >>Bob Badour wrote:
>> >>>>Some people in this newsgroup believe that the relational model
>> >>>>is sacred, its inventor Codd was a holy man, and a guy called Date
>> > ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^
>> >>>>who has written a bunch of popular books on the subject is his
>> > ^^^
>> >>>>replacement on earth.
>> > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>> >>>You are an idiot if that is what you honestly believe.
>> >>That attitude exactly.
>> Noting Reinier's idiocy does not indicate or communicate anything about
>> holiness or sanctity.
>> > I think that what I have caretted shows more bad attitude. You
>> > insult people and then complain about their attitude. I think Bob was
>> > wrong to call you an idiot. He should have called you a fool.
>> No, he is an idiot. He has been here long enough for any reasonably
>> intelligent person to know how absurd his accusations are. Regardless
>> whether one uses the term 'idiot' or 'fool', he is demonstrably very stupid.
>Actually Reinier is very intelligent. BB is as well. However BB is
>also a jerk. Only a jerk would for example, mock the OP who claimed
>ignorance and asked for help. For example, the OP said:
He did not mock. He gave a reply.
> "I'd appreciate any key words to look for when
> re-reading the material. I'm using Teorey's
> "Database Modeling and Design: Logical Design",
> 4th edition."
>and Bob replies with
> "Keywords? Introduction, preamble, prologue, chapter 1.
> I would start with one of those. Not sure which
> terminology Teorey uses in the 4th edition, but I am
> sure you will find something suitable shortly after
> Table of Contents."
>This is clearly intended to mock, and in a nasty way. It is typical of
Is it? I read it as "If you start at the beginning, you will find what you are looking for." Sometimes, just getting started can be the biggest hurdle.
>BB. Perhaps BB could himself do with some suggestions for reading
>material - books with titles like "How to win friends and influence
Is your statement intended to mock, and in a nasty way?
>Of course Reinier was also mocking various regulars in the newsgroup.
>However, I found his comment quite amusing - and nothing like BB's
>aggressive tone. BB's reaction also suggests lack of balance.
Oooh, balance! It is so important to have balance. Ha! Sense and nonsense should not be getting equal time.
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