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Subject: Re: UKNM: Biggest load of bilge to date
From: Pad Bray
Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 14:48:09 GMT

Lois

Might I suggest, since the administrator appears to feel it *is*
acceptable, that you refrain from jibing at any religious group - Jesus
followers included. There is a (stronger than you've imagined) Christian
presence in this group.

Whilst you may well have much valuable experience in this field, it is
rather strange how you can preach on good karma yet slam and dig at
numerous people and swear at the industry generally. Is that how karma is
propogated?

All in the cause of peace.

Fred - the freak.

[Sam says: I think we're off-topic enough now, let's bring this one to a
close, shall we?]

At 08:32 PM 1/10/01 +0000, you wrote:
> > Teams are great for implementing ideas, not creating them.
> >
> > J
> > (Did anyone notice that I used a 'z' in 'ideaz' to make it see all 'New
> > Media'? Cool, eh?)
>
>My experience to date of commercially creative prima donnas in the dotcom
>world is :
>a) they're on coke or worse still Jesus
>b) they all really wanted to make it in the music business but failed
>c) they're megalomaniacs
>
>The last one I (stupidly) worked for spent a year rejecting virtually
>everything everyone said, stating that 'all the old rules no longer apply'.
>Silly man; he had drive, ambition and some great visions of how it could
>be - but no teamwork, no room for anyone else's thinking and so ultimately
>no team.
>
>I facilitate groups professionally; you'd be amazed at the ideas coming out
>of the weirdest mix of people so stop being so bloody arrogant. Expect
>people to be stupid and you stop them from being all they can be. Expect
>anything and everything to be possible and you give people the freedom to
>shine. It doesn't take a genius to work out that a company that encourages
>everyone to have ideas is more likely to have more worthwhile ideas to
>consider.
>
>Oh and while I'm ranting the prat who thinks anger is a good response when
>something he says is thought to be offensive really doesn't how the
universe
>works - you're stacking bad karma on top of bad karma and it'll come back
to
>you. And the other prat who thinks it's clever to commoditise creativity at
>5 a pop obviously doesn't know what makes a concept good, bad or
>indifferent.
>
>This industry's still so full of itself no wonder it's f******g itself up.
>
>Lois
>
>
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