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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    The thing is I've been thinking along the same lines. We have all these smart people here interested in type and most of the threads on type are filled with superficial indicators of type.

    It would be cool if we could put our heads together...

    True, but a lot of people like their down-time when they're online, which explains it sorta
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    True, but a lot of people like their down-time when they're online, which explains it sorta
    I know...It's kind of fun. Like the type and directions thread going on at the moment. I get that. But hey you know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    The thing is I've been thinking along the same lines. We have all these smart people here interested in type and most of the threads on type are filled with superficial indicators of type.

    It would be cool if we could put our heads together...
    Go for it.

    Any open discussion, you will get quite a range of skill and insight, as well as disagreement on what actually is insightful versus banal. To put it another way, there's always going to be a nice batch of dross amid any gems.

    If you can find a way to help organize and sift through a copious amount of input, that would be awesome, thanks for volunteering!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Go for it.

    Any open discussion, you will get quite a range of skill and insight, as well as disagreement on what actually is insightful versus banal. To put it another way, there's always going to be a nice batch of dross amid any gems.

    If you can find a way to help organize and sift through a copious amount of input, that would be awesome, thanks for volunteering!
    Now I've gone and done it...

    I just might do that.

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    I have to clean up that type wiki thread first.

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    Awww damn it, Sarah, don't give up! We luv ya!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    She helped me realize a truth I had been burying...
    That's what happened. It probably wasn't a semi-big thing for other people. It happened to be for me.
    Me, too.
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    Sarah, I never found you overbearing or oversensitive either. I know it's not your duty to do so though. I feel bad for not doing my part.

    Have fun in real life, kay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    It's well thought out, and written, but it strongly smacks of short term frustration.. something got to you, and you threw the toys away - rather than a long term change of opinion.
    Those two sentences read as incongruous to me. It's difficult to picture getting mad, throwing the toys away in a systematic and well thought out manner. The second sentence is imposing an SP stereotype onto a post that breaks the stereotype.

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Now, I may be wrong, but most times I see a post like that, within a month or two, the poster is back. I wonder if this time it will be different (and if it is, best of luck to you).
    When people have a habit of posting on a site, that habit isn't usually broken suddenly. It is easier to notice the posters who return after stating they will leave because the ones that don't return are more easily forgotten. This reads as different to me than the exit rant threads that are a reaction to personal disagreement. This thread states an underlying issue that is a problem to many posters. It really isn't about Sarah only. It is a more universal statement - at least in my reading of it.
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    I just wanted to add that Sarah's post is most thought-provoking and has sparked alot of reaction. Is it because she is saying a truth that we don't like to admit. Oftentimes it is difficult when someone exposes anything negative within a community such as this one or in fact IRL. I'm not saying her perceptions are absolutely true but they certainly made me take not.. If for nothing else, thank you Sarah for this I wish you well.
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