Coder Girl...

Rajinder Yadav at
Fri Jul 24 15:04:12 UTC 2009

On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 7:53 AM, Zbigniew Koziol<softquake-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at> wrote:
> Rajinder Yadav wrote:
>> On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 10:34 PM, Colin McGregor<colin.mc151-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at>
>> wrote:
>>> Ran across the following rap music tribute to a woman programmer:
>>> All pleasantly warped, twisted, and good fun...
>>> Colin McGregor
>> I Love this =) thanks for sharing!!!
> You people there are getting like monkeys.
> Sure, I like the idea itself. The intentions are wonderful.
> Unfortunately, monkeys only could like rap. The disintegration of moral
> values that goes through within this society has no equal through out the
> globe.
> zb,

Hello ZB,

first I am not offended with what you said, but I would like you to
try to see that your story about me and other who enjoy artist and
self-expression and sharing is totally misguided.

I would like to invite you to stand and try to see that there is
nothing wrong about Rap, however what is wrong is what you seem to be
telling yourself.

I don't care to be called a monkey, I am pretty confident in my own
skin and when I hear a comment like this I can only try to be a better
human being and try to stand for my fellow human being like yourself
ZB and try to make you understand that you are possibly wrong about
your view and your fears.

I can only invite you to change your perception about music, about
rap, about self-expression and about sharing... please drop the act
that something is or has to be wrong when there is absolutely nothing

You stand in a place of GRATE ignorance when you judge societies on
the merits of Rap music, let me remind you many are killed in the name
or religion?

So it's ignorant people who actually causes grief in this world, not
religion and certainly not rap music or monkey people like me =)

I do not hold a value judgment on you ZB other then I hope you will
come to a better understanding that you're point of view or reality is
somewhat misguided.

You have definitely lost your integrity within this community, it is a
shame and I do hope you will restore your integrity but only if you
mean it and not because we want to hear some apology!

As for my moral values, there is nothing wrong with them. I am not a
perfect human being but I do know I don't go through life finding
issues that separate me from my fellow being so I can pass blind
judgment on them and then become a person on inaction to make a moral
difference in them or society.

Kind Regards,
Rajinder Yadav
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