[Ancientartifacts] Re: re ebay seller ancientgifts

I for 1 agree with you about the joys many receive by calling
everything a fake with basically no evidence but plenty of hilarious
scurillious comments and innuendo.

When I read the letter this one was based on, the was one question
that popped right to mind; "Who made the inaccurate fake call? and why
wasn't that name shared with us. At least us newcomers would know one
name to put into the possible Comedian category rather than
knowledgeable expert category.

On this subject I propose we start to designate posters as
a) Experts - Very rare here or anywhere, but they do pop into these
lists every now and again. The usually can be recognized because they
don't seem to have a lot of bones to pick being secure in their knowledge.

b) Bozos - People who want to be experts but simply don't that the
mental capacity to learn much of anything. The lists are full of
Bozos. They can be recognized by their getting their feathers all in
a flutter every time someone either asks a question beneath them or
some one has the unmitigated gall to question them. A Bozo will
usually not try to present themselves as an expert to a real expert.

c) Clowns - These are the pseudo-experts and the pseudo-lawyers. Ya
all know the type, by day they are mopping the floors at Walmart, but
by night They are THE EXPERT in all subjects and all legal matters.
These guys usually provide the best comedy because a lot of them are
fairly glib, and many have a substantial following. It is the clowns
that have attracted me here. I do enjoy colorful and witty language.


--- In Ancientartifacts@yahoogroups.com, Arend Bosscher
<arendbosscher@...> wrote:
> Hi,
> Reading the mail exchange in Ancientartifacts now for the past few
days I am getting convinced that most contributors are pathologically
inclined to call everything --FAKE-- No one bothers to specify what
makes them think so; not even when repeatedly invited to do so. I have
decided to further ignore this bunch of self-declared experts though I
will continue reading their comments as they are, sometimes at least,
quite hilarious. You for one proved my point.
> Arend Bosscher.


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