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Your arrogance and cynicism is unnecessary - certainly, I don't take your
response as a humorous and well intended response. I am not willing to take
more of my productive time to rewrite issues that I submitted on numerous
occasions over the last year to you and Saif Hussain. This type of
redundancy is a waste of my time since I can assume then that the letters of
questions and issues related to the code and submitted to the seismology
committee since July of last year has been filed in the preverbal round
file.   I sent in some fifteen or more questions and issues needing
clarification - Arnold Bookbinder submitted some 30 or more issues as did
others. The barrage of questions existing in the Listservice archives back
to a year or more should give you a start. Why not take a little of your
time and catch up with the vocal minority rather than expecting us to cater
to you.

The attitude I perceive from your comment about the vocal minority is one of
the strongest reasons supporting my decision not to renew my SEAOC
membership this year.

While you have nothing better to do, why not start with a written position
statement representing the majority opinion at the December 3rd Seismology
Committee meeting to exempt one and two story residential - so far you have
not delivered on that one either.

One of the Vocal Minority,
Dennis S. Wish PE

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin W. Johnson [mailto:MWJ(--nospam--at)]
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2000 11:07 AM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)
Subject: submit code questions on seismology web page

I guess I scared everone off when I announced the new seismology web page; I
have only received two questions to date.  Where is the vocal minority when
need them?

regards, Martin