View Full Version : Forum jurisprudence

11-15-2002, 11:44 PM
I had the time to read a long thread on a chap looking at a Peterson Schooner....its in Building/Reapirs.

Strikes me that this place is a little like university 90% of the people simply are not your "type" 10% of the people seem OK and less than one percent are or would be friends, (and thats a matter of definition I guess), of yours. (I one read a book which said life is much eaiser when you do not make judgements but simply express prefernces so this is a not a judgement on anyone person or this forum its merely a refelction) Anyways maybe this forum is like that. We share a common interest - wooden boats - but that does not mean that we have to like each other but perhaps it does mean/oblige us to "get on" etc. You could probably do a PHD thesis on the forums jurisprudence might even be quite interesting to a dull an unimaginative lawyer like me...and I have 95 "Partners" throughout the world - my job does have its challenges.....well at least 94 of them LOL.

Just a thought whilst I had time to spare...should this really have been in Non Boat related.

Gary Bergman
11-16-2002, 10:05 AM
Geez.....silly me, and I thought itwas about wooden boats..