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  • #109968
    Leigh Griffith
    Participant

    Oh, Basel,

    Take a deep breath and realize:
    1. These posts are old.
    2. The folks were using a process of elimination to try to figure out who the odd “john” was and your name was brought up in passing along with a lot of others’ names.
    3. If you notice, there as many or more folks defending you as there are wondering if you were the “john doe” in question.

    Rest assured that most of the folks here value you as a serious contributor to this forum!

    all the best,
    Leigh

    #109969
    mr-s
    Member

    Leigh, thanks a lot for your big kindness,but really dont understand what is the problem with Mr Zlatkovsky and why he is attacking me,not only in this post in many posts,and i am trying not to reply him not to put my self in an idiotic position, i am here in the column for getting the extreme benifet,and share other harpists love toward harp, not for word war as Mr Zlatkovsky does. i really met here a very great kind hearted and clever harpists that write me permanently, and we got friends even though by emails not face to face.

    again my big respect to every one here and my best wishies.

    #109970
    Jerusha Amado
    Participant

    Basel,

    Sometimes confusion can arise from cultural differences as well.

    #109971
    Mel Sandberg
    Participant

    Mr S, anybody who knows you, personally, via e-mail, or only on the Forum, knows that you are sincere, honourable, professional, kind, loyal, and that you always behave with all the decorum in the world at all times, and to all people.

    #109972
    mr-s
    Member

    Dear Jerusha thanks for asking about my work, thanks God still good, but i dont think my problem is a cultural differences i will copy you what Mr zlatkovsky wrote in this post and you judge if it a cultural differences of an offending words :

    Hmm, an interesting deduction. It would explain somethings. He did mention getting a teaching position in the Damascus Conservatory, on a dirty harp, maybe it was smelly, too. That doesn’t make it him, but I am intrigued by your theory.

    #109973
    mr-s
    Member

    Hi Mel , as we are good friends now, because of this great site, let me thank you for your kind words, you are really a very high quality and morally person.

    regards

    #109974

    And just when and how often did

    #109975
    Mel Sandberg
    Participant

    Saul, why don’t you share who you decided is John Doe, with all of us?

    #109976

    Actually, Saul, I did see it as an attack of sorts when you made some sort of comment about begging for a harp and getting one by begging. We all knew who you were referring too, and apparently Basel did too. It was pretty shabby.

    Briggs

    #109977
    Han Hsieh
    Participant

    I agree with Briggs. Using the word “begging” is insulting. What Basel did was expressing his frustration of bing a harpist without a harp; I don’t remamber seeing

    #109978
    Mel Sandberg
    Participant

    I also don’t recall anything to the effect of begging.

    #109979
    David Ice
    Participant

    I agree with Han and Mel.

    #109980
    Jerusha Amado
    Participant

    Basel,

    I need to apologize to you.

    #109981
    mr-s
    Member

    No worry Jerusha at all. its ok.

    #109982

    Well, I apologize, but as someone who has always had to struggle and known many others who could not afford harps or what they needed, I found it all very irritating and somewhat political in undertone.

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