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You owe Martin an apology for what you wrote below. 
I know Martin well and there is not one drop of
arrogant blood in his body.


SEConsultant wrote:
> 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
> you
> need them?
> regards, Martin