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From: Anonymous


Hi Everyone,

Can someone recommend a good property insurance. I just bought my first investment property and I need to insure it such as rent, fire etc. Anything else i need to know about.

Thanking you in advance

Anon
 
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From: Michael Croft


Hello Anon,

As a defender of anon posts I think I can say there is no good and earthly reason for yours to be anonymous. You may receive no answer because of it. Adopting a nom de plume may get future results.

Michael Croft
"The best parachute folders are those who jump themselves."
 
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From: Sim' Hampel


On 12/6/01 6:44:00 AM, Michael Croft wrote:
>Hello Anon,
>
>As a defender of anon posts I
>think I can say there is no
>good and earthly reason for
>yours to be anonymous. You
>may receive no answer because
>of it. Adopting a nom de
>plume may get future results.

Greetings and good dies Michael et al.

I must say that I do take issue when people insist on the use of foreign terms exempli gratia, latin, french, et cetera in their writings.

Now there are those who would argue that such terms are in common usage in the English language, however I do disagree somewhat.

There are still others who prefer to use them as a suggestion of how learned and indeed, how superior they are to others who may be incapable of such eloquence.

Further more, there would be those who suggest that we should not lose the roots of our languages, and endeavour to re-introduce words ab origine back into our common communication.

If you suggest that they are actually doing themselves a disservice ipso facto of their arrogance, such people will argue their point with you ad finem that you are merely proving their own point about how superior they are to you who refuses to communicate at their level.

Per contra, I believe that the onus is on the communicator to ensure that the communicatee of the information is entirely able to understand what is being communicated.

Now prima facie it would seem that I may be a little pedantic in my desire to have clear and comprehendible communication, but isn't such the raison detre of communicating ?

"If a tree in a forest spoke the entire works of Shakespeare and no-one was there to hear it, then did it really speak ?"

Now if we en masse use such language in quantum sufficiat, perhaps even quoque alternis die, then I would consider that it would be acceptable that people are readily exposed to such terminology and in toto we can communicate effectively.

Personally, my modus operandi is to ensure that the broadest audience can understand the intention of my communication. For surely, this is sine qua non to ensuring that I am not merely wasting my breath ?

At the risk of upsetting the status quo or indeed becoming persona non grata, I will cease to continue ad nauseam. However, nota bene that non sequitur you must understand verbatim et literatim, but would it not be preferable that you at least get your damned point across ?

Yours in vacuo,

 
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Sim,

May I applaud your verbosity?

Well, aequitas est quasi aequalitas and in lex fori I believe you have mens rea for your prior posts, and must exhonerate Michael for his singular use of the international phraseology.

in truth, I trust feiry feci,

asy

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Huh ?

 
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From: Asy .



Translation for Sim:

Can I say you speak well and with big words?

Well, All things being Equal, and in the laws of the forum, I think you have a guilty mind for stuff you wrote before. You have to forgive Michael for the one time he has used foreign words.

I think you should cause this to be done.

asy


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From: Michael Croft


And I thought I had too much time on my hands!!!

If you care to check any good English dictionary "nom de plume" is de rigueur (which is also de rigueur).

Far be it for me to reduce myself to the common vernacular of the peasantry - let them eat cake I say.

Michael Croft
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From: Sim' Hampel


On 12/7/01 11:01:00 AM, Michael Croft wrote:

>If you care to check any good
>English dictionary "nom de
>plume" is de rigueur (which is
>also de rigueur).

Okay... I did. I checked my copy of "The Australian Concise Oxford Dictionary (Third Edition)". At 1615 pages, it is not particularly concise, but the blurb on the inside cover states that this is the distilled version of the "Oxford English Dictionary", which runs to 20 volumes.

Anyway, I digress... according to the dictionary you are indeed correct in that the phrases "nom de plume" and "de rigueur" are both acceptable english words. I stand corrected.

However... the fact that I was forced to look up the words to ascertain this fact, to me indicates that they are obscure enough to warrant omission from any writing aimed at a significantly large and diverse audience.

>Far be it for me to reduce
>myself to the common
>vernacular of the peasantry -
>let them eat cake I say.

Indeed.

 
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From: Michael Croft


And I contend that this forum is a small and specialised group of highly intelligent and educated individuals - even if some can't spell de rigueur ;^)

Michael Croft
"The best parachute folders are those who jump themselves."
 
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Hey Fellas!

How about my question? Any suggestions?

So what Michael if I prefer to be anonymous. Do you have a problem with it. If so come and see me and we'll sort it out mano to mano to shut you up. If you got nothing better to say, back off!!!! Intiende

Anon
 
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From: Michael Croft


Oh dear, the testosterone is working overtime isn't it. Ring any reputable insurance broker and ask your question and stop wasting everyones time - including yours!

Michael Croft
 
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From: Michael Croft


And before I forget, make sure you have some public liability insurance too, because I can just tell you're gonna need it.

Michael Croft
 
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i may not be abel to spel, but i kan edit my own posts.

:p

 
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