> nobody respects me." No, its because anytime you offer to help someone there's
> strings attached. Anything you get involved in instantly becomes your project.
> You start pressuring people to make changes they don't want to make. And you
That's total bologna. I've never pressured anyone to make any changes. I do my work and I ask approval to either post a mod or an official update. Kid's case was a matter of submitting the work to him and that's it. After two months of waiting for a progress update and having a lot more improvement ideas, I simply decided to ask Krellan if I could update his table since he expressed interest in this before. He agreed and I moved my work to his table. That is the entire story in a bottle right there. I've never pressured anyone to release anything. Whether Kid ever releases his Dr. Who with anything I sent to him is his business.
> can't just discuss your differences in private messages, you have to air your
> dirty laundry in the public forum. This can only be
Are we forgetting whom attacked whom here? I posted a WIP update to Krellan's Dr. Who table. It was Kid Charlemagne who attacked my thread, not the other way around. He was the one airing dirty laundry and it's not the first time he's done it either. He did the same thing to a Rocky & Bullwinkle release thread, questioning my authority to release it, even though it was previously established with a previous release. Should I let other people's derrogatory comments go unchecked in public? Unlike Kid, I don't have moderator authority, so I can't just delete BS posts that make false accusations.
>because you want to stir up
> trouble. And you do. Every post you generate is an
hour long diatribe on how
> much you give to the community and how much the
Every post eh? The mere fact you lie about such a thing only shows your own credibility. Zero.
> B.S. Any amount of good a person does has to be weighed against all the trouble
> they cause, and the balance is heavily tilted against you my friend.
First of all, I'm not your friend. Second of all, any trouble that is stirred up is a result of people attacking my ideas, opinions and more to the point, my person. The fact that some people are unable to discuss issues with civility, but instead resort to flaming me only demonstrates that in fact it is not me who stirs up trouble. Some people are unable to accept that any idea or opinion that differs from their own can also be valid. I do not resort to personal flames. Can you say the same Gottlieb? I think not.
> The kind of people that support people like you and Nicky are only interested in
> who has the most complete set of ROM files, who has the most warez, they don't
> care one bit about the people who put in all the hard work. Its all gimme gimme
Geeze. I bet people like Kristian, Cyberdman, Neurokinetik, wpcmame, fuseball, and countless others are all thrilled to hear you classify them as only being interested in warez and contributing nothing. Give me a break with your pedantic BS.
> Go pump out your table a week. Mod other people's work without their approval. We
So now you are encouraging me to mod other people's work without their approval? That's not something I do. I find it strange you're encouraging me to go do it now.
> don't need you. There are plenty of talented people who show respect for
> other's. They'll gladly take your place.
I've always given credit for anyone that contributes to any table I've been given charge of. The idea that I don't respect other people's work is ludicrous. Very few maintain such stringent revision histories as myself. I've been accused of writing books in terms of revision histories before I'm so meticulate about it. I'd hardly call that lacking respect.
> And as I said in the vpforum post, I look forward to your parsing of each and
> every sylable I say, how you twist every meaning around, and try to make it look
> like you're the victim and everyone that has a different point of view is just
I don't twist anything. Anyone can see that. Claiming it not to be so won't make it true.
> mean spirited and against you for no reason. Well, it doesn't fly. The vast
> majority (your pets excluded) feel the same way I do.
The vast majority? Right. That's why I always get so much positive feedback to all my releases. But since you already included plenty of well known and well respected authors in the list of my "pets," well you can't expect a claim like "vast majority" to have much meaning when you remove everyone that likes my work from the count.
They just don't think
> you're worth the effort to say anything about it in the forums. But believe me
> in private the conversations are heavily against you.
Why should I believe you? You already lied once already. These people that supposedly don't think it's worth the effort to reply in public do think it's worth the effort to talk behind my back? They must have some strange idea of what constitutes "effort."
> So go on patting yourself on the back and wear your "I am a Victim" badge with
> pride. The rest of us will move on without you. Farewell.
Farewell? If only that were true.