Wednesday, July 25, 2007

How do you prove you have read a webpage?

Why? Because of an increasingly pointless and dull discussion here.

I know, I know - I should know better.

On a brighter note, I found out I passed my exams yesterday. Extreme relief all round. Roll on the next level.

Update! Comments on the article have been closed and removed, "due to trolling". It could be the first occasion someone has cut off debate because of their own trolling but I'm assuming it is aimed at me (it is all about me, donchaknow?). But most people will never see it and make up their own minds. I guess when you call your blog Dublin Opinion it doesn't necessarily mean you always want people to give theirs or question yours too much. All that apart, it is normally a fine blog with lots of interesting stuff. Just don't ask Conor where he gets his statistics from...


Conor McCabe said...

Hi Pavement, I just want to apologise to you for my comments and behaviour. I've no excuses, no I won't give one. I was out of order. Regards, Conor.

Pavement Trauma said...

Our teachers were right - it takes a big man to apologise. Going overboard in an internet discussion is hardly unusual but realising it and apologising for it certainly is - so well done.

It has reminded me about a time in college when I was involved in a ridiculously long flame war that was entirely my own fault and trolled like you would not believe. I'm in the process of writing up a post about it (now that the statute of limitations applies) 'cos in hindsight it was quite funny.