|reply to fiberguy |
Re: Charter lives on...
said by fiberguy:I questioned your extreme FAR Superior statement because of personal experiences of people I know. No sarcasm was used. Sorry if you felt it was implied.
trying to discredit my post with a personal experience...
said by fiberguy:Umm, no I'm not. You're the one that has taken such exception to my post as opposed to your views.
trying to force your side..
said by fiberguy:
You also come in and made an assertion that I said "every post" had to have exact numbers.. etc"..
said by fiberguy:I guess this statement was what lead me to make an ambiguous statement - or two.
When you rank a service, IN WHOLE, it's not always based on a personal experience or two.
said by fiberguy:Yep. That's what forums are for - many can post - not just you. You did note your personal experiences with Time Warner and Comcast. The facts I stated involved experiences my son and my friend's parents had.
many users like to come in with ambiguous statements like you made about a person experience and the fact that you simply had problems and don't like them.
said by fiberguy:Than you had better follow your own posting rules.
one has to put a little more effort into what they are saying in their post. While what you're trying to say may make sense to you, to the rest of us, and especially the one that has not only made the OP, shaping the context of the thread, the post was mine.. one has to respond TO that, or be ready to get a reply like mine, from someone that IS interested in talking about a topic.
said by fiberguy: said by just_asking : said by fiberguy:
Comcast and Time Warner service is FAR superior to that of Charter...
And you say that based on .. ??
... you'd have to be living under a rock to ask that question.. I won't dignify it with an answer.
said by just_asking :...and you better blast this person as well for not posting to your specifications.
said by fiberguy:Try applying proper communication skills and get your facts straight when you post. My son is an adult - I did not call him a "kid". I was referring to my friend's parents. My parents are dead.
And, if we were apply proper communication skills here,
said by fiberguy:
Seriously, what that sounds like in a discussion is when you have your parents talking with friends about something large, and the kid comes in and says
To the OP, I'm sorry this has gotten off-topic.
I wish I could shove my house into my desktop recycle bin.