Hi Susie, sorry you felt the word "dislike" was berating. But at no time did Scott or I ever hide our feeling about the management of Milo. Even you spoke with Scott and I of your own frustrations with the place. Scott and I are accepting and tolerant of things we dislike, even work with them. It helps us understand them better and ourselves, sorry if that was misleading. But to clarify, we liked the people that were management, just not the management style. Sorry that wasn't clear in my post.
Sorry you felt this was an attack on Milo, but I don't believe anyone has posted anything here that should be viewed as an attack. I believe myself and others even said we hope everything works out for the people at Milo and they can continue staying there. I believe I have said in the past and continue to say that Milo was a good learning experience for both Scott and I. And this post was made with the intent of genuine inquiry about the state of Milo with said sale.
Your defensive reply is what's unbecoming. Your post really speaks for itself and I think the people here can see the hypocrisy. As you said, "Actions still speak louder than words."
Hi again, West. . .
It saddens me that you have forgotten my sarcasm and dry "humor". Maybe I should have inserted smiley faces.
Regardless, my apologies if I offended you/others. Sorry this is three years later. . .I came upon it by accident.
No worries - I totally agree with you about the management. You're right, I didn't like the management/business style. "Frustration" is a gross understatement. *smile*
Too, I completely agree with you - "Actions [DO] still speak louder than words." I am not sure where the "hypocrite" part came from - but I try my best not to be one.
Regarding the "state of Milo" - unfortunately it will probably remain the same as it has been for the last ten years - perpetual cycles of chaos, upheaval and mayhem - as evidenced by the recent turn of events. Ultimately it would be my desire to see peace eclipse all of the aforementioned.
Too, I wish the best for the artists at Milo. There are some truly great artists who are very decent people living/working there.
Hope life has been treating you kindly, West. . .