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"Fredxx" wrote in message
On 27/04/2021 09:21, Tim Lamb wrote:
In message , John Rumm
On 26/04/2021 15:08, T i m wrote:
On Mon, 26 Apr 2021 14:48:42 +0100, John Rumm

On 24/04/2021 18:35, Bev wrote:
...that T i m knows everything, is always correct in what he says and
that no amount of help and information will ever persuade him

That way we can all save time and effort in responding to his
for information when he ignores it anyway as it does not fit with his
conceived ideas.

On the occasions that one can converse with him while he is not fully
"on message", it's quite possible to have a pleasant enough discussion
on a number of topics, and he will usually be helpful and generous
his skills and experience.
A bigger question might be (by comparison), what sort of contributions
has 'Bev' made to the group and how fairly are they dealing out the

Note sure if that is the bigger question, or just a case of shooting the

There are plenty that lurk here and post infrequently, if at all. That
does not mean they are going to relish a relentless barrage of
proselytising any more than the rest of us. Be that a former poster's
incessant messages on "cultural enrichment", or a blow by blow posting
commentary from Mr speeds' vegetable peeler paramour!

There are lots of online tests for locating one's place on the Autistic
spectrum. Aspergers syndrome may be more relevant for those at the
intelligent end.

For those at the intelligent end they can learn empathy, effect and
result. A fanatic by definition is not going to be at the 'intelligent

Thats mindless bull****. There have in fact been
lots of intelligent fanatics like Pauling for example.

My results don't lead to a *seek help urgently* recommendation but
certainly not *middle of the road* normal:-)

I would put it in the 'recommended' area if only to show their campaign is