[amsat-bb] Re: Monsieur Leblanc
lucleblanc6 at videotron.ca
Mon Feb 19 17:26:09 PST 2007
On 19 Feb 2007 at 11:58, Bryant wrote:
> Most Hams know the way to deal with someone who is interrupting a repeater with continuous garbage is TO IGNORE him or her. Pretty soon they get bored and leave.
> Why is it so difficult for so many people on this bb to understand Monsieur Leblanc is playing with you? He apparently loves the attention and isn't reluctant to make some of the inflammatory statements he has posted recently and in the past. Banning him from the bb [impossible to do anyway]or "filtering" his posts is unnecessary [you don't want to do that either because sometimes his comments are worthwhile].
> JUST DON'T RESPOND TO HIS IRRITATING REMARKS; IGNORE HIM. Sooner or later he will tire of his game.
> [My apologies in advance for the rant and adding to the noise but enough is enough.]
> Bryant, W2RGG/6
> Amsat Member #25030
In a way to help you and the others...
Someone who's watching the last BB post and reactions just send me a note where
he's making reference to the actual mood down the border. The situation is so
trouble that many are loosing their natural social guides. He strongly feel
that many irrational comments are a strong indicator that some are in the early
stages of depression.
You may be depressed if you're experiencing:
* A major drop in your mood that lasts most of the day and is consistently
low for two weeks or more.
* A loss of interest in things you normally love to do.
* Irritability at home or at work. (I added on the internet)
* Grudges against people you perceive have wronged you.
* A desire to avoid other people. (I added fltering their messages)
* Overwhelming feelings of sadness or grief.
* Unreasonable feelings of guilt.
How is depression treated?
Those who realize they are suffering from depression benefit from professional
counseling and - possibly - medication. There is a wide range of anti-
depressants on the market that have been approved in the treatment of
Medication does not normally "cure" depression. But it can help people get
through their daily routines.
As usual the first steps is to admit that we have a problem, but what will
happen with those who does not want to listen prefering to discard some post on
"It is not the class of license the amateur holds, but the class of the amateur
that holds the license."
Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
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