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Re: [BKARTS] messages to Book Arts-L from museum-security.org



James - it's been suggested this be taken off-list, and I agree.

Paul T Werner, New York

----- Original Message -----
From: James Tapley <info@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sunday, April 17, 2005 9:11 pm
Subject: messages to Book Arts-L  from museum-security.org

> Fran ... please point out the inaccuracy (your word) in the Museum
> Security Network's posting. If you can not point out the
> inaccuracy then I think you should withdraw the charge and apologize.
> If Paul Werner is unable to document his charges then they too
> should be withdrawn and he should apologize. "Feelings" alone
> don't cut it when making what amounts to an assault upon another's
> professional standards.
> It seems hardly fair to complain that they are "incomplete"
> postings just because they do not contain all of what you perceive
> as relevant data. Certainly anyone wanting more information need
> only Google the story. My goodness, the most recent MSN posting
> even included a link to the Hindu Times!
> I don't recall you being barbqued on list. I do recall that you
> made some rather startling and unfounded assumptions about and
> denunciations of a library and its staff and that these were
> corrected by others on list. At the time I thought that this was
> done much too kindly.
> Your use now of the phrase "lower class scum" when nothing in the
> initial posting (check the archives please) suggested such a thing
> only betrays your own prejudices. These may or may not be well
> founded but they are hardly the responsibility of anyone else.
> Best, James
>
>
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