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Re: Re: Why the deleted post?

Posted by: Sergio () on Wed Dec 5 07:46:09 2001

> >
> > Recently I made the following post: "Hi. I was wondering how I go about joining your club. I think I understand the rules but I want to be sure I understand them correctly.
> >
> > Rule # 1 Only top hand torque and circular hand path may be discussed.
> >
> > Rule # 2 Any discussion that challenges the sacred tenenants of top hand torque and circular hand path is prohibited.
> >
> > Rule # 3 If anyone points out an inconsistency in top hand torque or circular hand path, club members should do one of the following: (A) get defensive and attack the credibility of the challenger (B) ignore the facts and the poster and confine the discussion to believers only (C) arrange for the post to be deleted.
> >
> > Do I understand the club rules correctly?
> >
> > On second thought, I don't think I want to join your club after all."
> >
> > Now, I know there might be just a trace of sarcasm in the post, but nevertheless there is truth to everything I said. I would like to know just one false statement I made.
> >
> > Thank you
> You wouldn't be closely related to Joe A. would you?
> Feeling the way you do, seems like the mature thing to do would just be to walk away? Why do you feel it necessary to communicate your hurt feelings to us?
> What I see happen here time after time (forgive me if this doesn't describe you) is that someone finds their sacred, long held swing mechanic beliefs challenged by those who have thought this through and have ready answers available for all their arguments. Sometimes this causes great emotional distress and they lash out. I would be delighted to have you convince me that my understanding of swing mechanics is wrong because that would mean I had learned something I needed to know. Right now, Mike and Jack make good sense to me along with Tom. Tell me where they are wrong. I look forward with an open mind to your response.
> Mark H.
> Mark H.

My gripe has nothing to do with rotational mechanics. My gripe is exactly what I said and what you just did. As to Joe A, no, he's not a relative and in fact I never heard of him. Maybe you are confusing him with someone else.


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