Apology To Davy A.

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Dennis L's Comment
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I want to apologize to Davy A. for some comments that I made about him in a post some weeks ago.

I have regretted it. The remarks were unjust. It’s not my place to judge anyone.

I don’t intend to post much going forward. I read the site most days to see if any interesting topics come up.

As a first year rookie driver I really don’t have much to offer. I’ll leave that to the moderators.

RealDiehl's Comment
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It's great that you can apologize if you thought you may have crossed the line with another member of the forum.

It's not so great if you feel you have nothing to offer. Half the questions I ask and 90% of the ones I answer, I have to debate in my head whether or not they are going to be worth anything to anyone, or are they just going to sound stupid.

Even if you want to lay low don't let that keep you from seeking answers or asking for advice if the need arises.

Davy A.'s Comment
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I didn't see the post, or at least it didn'tseem negative to me. I'm glad that you apologized though, it's a sign of solid character and humble.

It's important that we keep a healthy discussion here in civil language. The beauty of us having differing opinions and being able to have a discourse with them is that everyone benefits, we all learn and the community grows as we personally grow.

As RD stated, feeling like you don't contribute isn't so good. People learn from the questions as much as the answers.

I certainly don't take debates emotionally. In fact, if you read through my comments, you might notice that I actually enjoy a healthy civil debate.

I also have posted items from time to time that I was out of line in. But the good thing is that in doing so, I recieved an attitude check and was able to change course in my thoughts and actions.

Please do continue to contribute and be a part of this community. Ask questions and by all means, if you feel you have a solid stance in a discussion, lay out your case, present your information and stay open minded to alternate conclusions with it.

Sandman J's Comment
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Dennis, I hope you continue to post. You might be a year in but that's more than me and a lot of others trying to learn the ropes here.

BK's Comment
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Dennis, I have no idea what you said, but it appears it bothers you more than it bothers Davy.

Please don’t go away, your involvement is important.

Dennis L's Comment
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That you all for the feedback

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