[leps-talk] Re: Brower replies- The most recent ranting aboutmonarch butterfly conservation

Charles Bordelon legitintellexit at earthlink.net
Sun Oct 12 22:39:26 EDT 2003

Stan, Same for me.  I had been in Ecuador for 2 weeks.  I got used to jungle
living.  (Not the concrete jungle.)  Look, I just see this in combination
with a few misunderstandings and/or misinterpretations.  Let's let dead dogs
lie, and just get on with it.  Hell, I've already forgotten about it.  I see
no reason we can't be friends.  If you can be as formidable a friend as you
can be foe, I think we'll be just be fine.  My apology was extended to the
innocent by-standers, but I'm willing to extend it to you , as well.  Let's
keep family out of it.   cb
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stanley A. Gorodenski" <stan_gorodenski at asualumni.org>
To: "Charles Bordelon" <legitintellexit at earthlink.net>
Cc: <woody.woods at umb.edu>; <J.M.Fengler at worldnet.att.net>; "LEPS-L"
<LEPS-L at lists.yale.edu>
Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2003 7:56 PM
Subject: Re: [leps-talk] Re: Brower replies- The most recent ranting
aboutmonarch butterfly conservation

> I have been away for a few days and am only now reading my messages.
> Charles, yes, I agree all this could have been avoided. You may have
> felt my private statement to you was a low blow directed against your
> father but it was not. I have no idea who your father was and did not
> know him either. I also do not know you except from this list.
> I propose henceforth that we keep the private communications we had
> private instead of always alluding to them in public. I feel that when
> private communications are made public they are almost always misleading
> to the reader because they are subject to the interpretation of the
> sender, and they are always out of the context in which they occurred.
> If you wish to discuss this send me a private message and maybe we can
> correct any misunderstandings we may have of each other in private
> instead of in public. According to Woody, it sounds like you are a
> decent fellow and do not hold grudges.
> Stan
> Charles Bordelon wrote:
> >Re: [leps-talk] Re: Brower replies- The most recent ranting about monarch
butterfly conservationThank you, Woody.  I wish to extend my apologies to
all concerned.  I was really ready to let all of this slide, until my late
father was dragged into this.  I still mourn for him.  I felt it was a low
blow, and I lost it.  My only excuse.  At least I know who my friends are,
as they know me.  This all could have been avoided.  cb
> >
> >
> >


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