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M --- NISHIMURA Ken からのメッセージ: > Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2004 17:52:17 +0900 > From: "NISHIMURA Ken" > To: Japan Mensa Office > Subject: Re: Linux event > > Dear Kay: > > Sorry for this tardy reply. As a matter of fact, I > felt > quite tired of Mensa stuff. It seemed to me that > nothing > related to Mensa was worth a hustle any longer. I > almost > completely lost interest in Mensa activities just > like many > other people who come and leave as soon as they join > Mensa. > > I have deleted all the descriptions in my online > journal > where I mentioned Mensa. I must apologize to you for > anything that made you upset, that was misleading > about > Mensa, people from Mensa, and you. > > I still receive many emails from those who are > interested in > Mensa, probably because I am the almost only member > who > provided information about actual Mensa activities > in > Japanese. All I could say to them was to tell them > to go > check MIJ web page, though. > > Anyway, some people got me to rethink about > participating > Mensa again. I am sure that there ARE many potential > Mensans > in Tokyo. > > I agree with your opinion as to how we should > develop the > group in a healthy way. We should welcome anybody > and should > not divide the group for any reasons. I actually > suggested > Sakita-san to merge her members with MIJ, and do her > meetings as an activity of MIJ. There seemed to be > no reason > not to do so. Yet, she sticks with her small group > and > insists that MI regard them as an authentic local > group like > MIJ. Some of her claims seemed outrageous, so I have > tried > to persuade her many times in vain. She sometimes > appears to > be unbelievably stubborn. I really do not understand > why she > thinks it is so important to keep having the small > monthly > gatherings as the way it has been held for years. It > has not > been growing. It remains to be nothing but her > private chat > meeting. > > When you complete your investigation as to my > suspension, > please do inform me. I hope that I will be welcomed > back to > MIJ soon. I don't think I should do any more > research on my > side. > > Regard, > > -- > NISHIMURA Ken, Tokyo > ken@nishimura.com > > At Fri, 9 Jul 2004 17:45:52 +0900 (JST), > Japan Mensa Office wrote: > > > > Ken, > > > > I saw this notice, and I thought of you > because of > > your interest in Linux. It is a talk in English, > but I am > > fowarding it anyway. > > > > Our investigation in still continuing. > > > > I have to say that I am not happy with your > editing of > > what I relayed to you in our conversation during > the wee > > hours when you grilled me after our Christmas > party > > because you have taken bits out of context and the > > resultant "report" is somewhat missleading. Of > course > > you are entitled to your opinion, but you should > be > > careful in relaying what other people say. You > hid your > > association with Ms. Sakita until I mentioned her > > unofficial group to you. > > This, plus your non-disclosure that you would be > printing > > what I said on the internet makes me distrust your > > motives. > > > > However, I am trusting that you are a person > > who is seeking the truth of the history of the > > organization, on this point I will try to give you > > > my trust. I have read some of your website, and > see that > > you are beginning to uncover some of the more > negative > > aspects of the long-entrenched and disconnected > > factionalized groups. It's a shame that > > this kind of situation exists. The only solution > is for > > people to think of the group's healthy development > where > > ALL can peacefully co-exist together. > Unfortunately, > > there are individuals who persist in working to > divide > > others by all means possible, including spreading > lies and > > missinformation. > > > > When you have completed your investigation, I > hope > > that you come to talk with me again. > > > > > > Best regards, > > > > Kay > > > > > > > > > > ========================== EVENT ICA July 15 Event > - Red > > Hat, Enterprise Linux > > > > PRESENTER: Ken Koike - Director, North Asia > Channel > > Sales and > > Development - Red Hat > > TOPIC: The state of Linux from the > Enterprise IT > > standpoint > > > > RSVP required, complete event details at > > http://www.icajapan.jp/ > > Date: Thursday, July 15 > > Time: 6:30 Doors open, sit down dinner included > > Cost: 3,000 yen (members), 5,500 yen > (non-members); Open > > to all Foreign Correspondents' Club > > http://www.fccj.or.jp/static/aboutus/map.php > > > > > > __________________________________________________ > > Do You Yahoo!? > > http://bb.yahoo.co.jp/ > >
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