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Re: Where are we?
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
- Subject: Re: Where are we?
- From: "thegentry.com + james linza, antiquarian" <linza@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>
- Date: Sat, 26 Jun 1999 11:36:10 -0400
- Message-Id: <199906261534.IAA27162@palimpsest.Stanford.EDU>
- Organization: thegentry.com + james linza, antiquarian
- Sender: "Book_Arts-L: READ THE FAQ at http://www.dreamscape.com/pdverhey" <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
The trouble is Kathy that some will tolerate idiotic questions such as =
"where are we from?" yet making a statement about wasting BOOK ARTS time =
on such matters is a problem.
james linza, antiquarian=20
washington, d.c., usa +1-202-478-0468
milan, italy +39-02-954-41-266
----- Original Message -----=20
From: Kathleen Parulski <ibindbooks@SNET.NET>
Sent: Saturday, June 26, 1999 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: Where are we?
> Hey folks...
> What ever happened to tolerence? We are all beginners at some point =
> time. ANd what about no question is a dumb question? If you read
> something you do not like find your delete key...
> Too many causes...too few rebels...
> Ron Koster wrote:
> > At 09:21 AM 6/26/99 -0400, thegentry.com + james linza, antiquarian
> > wrote:
> > >Please don't waste the bandwidth of this fine list with such
> > meaningless =3D
> > >matter.
> > >
> > >James Linza
> > >
> > >thegentry.com
> > >+=3D20
> > >james linza, antiquarian=3D20
> > Thank you, James, for filling the bandwidth of this list with such =
> > incredibly informative, useful, constructive response. One thing you
> > forgot
> > to mention, of course, is that it would also be nice if people could
> > take a
> > few moments out and learn how to use their e-mail programs in a way
> > that's
> > conducive for discussion lists, which includes, of course, not =
> > "winmail.dat" and "vcard.vcf" files, or duplicate ".html" files of
> > each
> > message, along with each message, or *any* attachments of any kind,
> > not to
> > mention...
> > ...just learning how to use one's e-mail program so that people at =
> > other end don't have to read "=3D20" and/or whatever else all over =
> > place.
> > No s**t. All of the above is so offensive, that is, it's so totally
> > annoying for so many people, and so utterly easy to overcome, that =
> > one
> > of the web design lists (the best one) that I'm on, if a person =
> > up
> > in *any* of the above ways even just once(!), they're removed from =
> > list
> > *immediately*, without warning (other than the warning that they
> > receive
> > upon subscribing to be smart enough to not do any of those things).
> > It's so
> > simple, and so basic -- if you don't know how to use a damn e-mail
> > program,
> > then get the hell off of the list until you've taken the thirty
> > seconds it
> > takes to learn how.
> > Uh... uh... please pardon and forgive me for my rant here this
> > morning,
> > folks. Guess I should go have another coffee and wake up... and
> > lighten up
> > ...a little.<g>
> > Ron ;)
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