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Re: Thank you Apple - and don't change course. Please

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Jamie FranklinRe: Thank you Apple - and don't change course. Please
by on May 4, 2012 at 3:24:17 am

This is a pretty nauseating response.

You are only proving Scotts point further. Since this whole roll-out, people have come here to sex-up their experience of X while denigrating those that have merely expressed their vast disappointment for a litany of very specific reasons. Reasons, that over the course of the year, and with a few updates, gets white washed into a fantasy of delusional anger towards a company that has made very pedestrian attempts at communicating to its user base that built systems, facilities and an array of projects with legitimate questions and concerns.

There is distrust in the air, anger, frustration, uncertainty, and personal experiences people come here to share, vent and communicate. Whether or not the Apple pits are listening, or like minded, industry peeps are in agreement or not, that doesn't equate to "bitching", "playing the victim", being "afraid", or simply angry because they are keyboard warriors. There are tangible, specific, rational reasons being spelled out, mostly in response, to people like you who are re-writing history, pretending their issues are not problematic, and are even suggesting delusional behavior by those expressing themselves.

I take exception to this, and have from day one. You don't have to agree, but you can't, CAN'T, pretend nothing happened that didn't change the game for the worse for a lot of people who had huge stakes in this that Apple completely ignored. That is complete and utter rot


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