The definition of disdain is:
The feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one's consideration or respect; contempt.Disdain does not describe my feelings around new electronic public utility meters. I realized that I do not like it when people put words into my mouth, words that I never said. So I wrote him, hoping to give him some clarity to the real gravity of this issue:
Dear Mr. Hart,
I listened to your phone message, and you are wrong. I do not "disdain" your "read devices." Disdain has nothing to do with my issue.
I have multiple valid concerns about your read devices, Mr. Hart. I have concerns about health, and a disability in the form of a functional impairment that some people have. A functional impairment triggered by wireless devices and/or electromagnetic fields. We Are The Evidence
I have concerns about a loss of freedom, Mr. Hart. Having to pay to not be exposed to something that causes me and others a functional impairment is a loss of freedom. Having to pay to not be exposed to wireless devices and electromagnetic fields is a loss of freedom. My Ability - Revised
I have concerns about human rights also, Mr. Hart. I am/we are loosing the right to a safe environment.
And it's about ignorance, Mr. Hart. It's about government agencies ignoring all the science proving non-ionizing radiation is not 100% safe.
So you see, Mr. Hart, disdain has nothing to do with my issue.
My concerns are for health, a disability in the form of a functional impairment, freedom, human rights, and ignorance.
Perhaps the "disdain" that you "understand" is your own disdain, Mr. Hart.
"When you make a world tolerable for yourself,
you make a world tolerable for others."
~ Anais Nin