RE: reply to Mark and list - Reply

From: York Robert (YORKR@tce.com)
Date: Tue May 26 1998 - 19:24:00 EEST


Ok. Points well taken. Can we get back to the topic now. I was seeing
some good input from the RP Conference
in Michigan.
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From: karapatis nakis
To: 'Tim Hossfeld'; rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi
Subject: RE: reply to Mark and list - Reply
Date: Tuesday, May 26, 1998 10:02AM

Hi list (and Tim),

Don't forget that the US is not the only country in the world where
people have freedom to speak, think and even write...

Regards,

Nakis

> -----Message d'origine-----
> De: Tim Hossfeld [SMTP:thossfeld@mdc.com]
> Date: mardi, 26. mai 1998 16:02
> : rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi
> Objet: reply to Mark and list - Reply
>
> Elaine (and list)-
>
> Your right, completely. Way to often, the spoiled wimps forget what
> this
> country is all about. Elaine is allowed to saw, and think, whatever
> she
> pleases. If you don't like it, don't listen. If you disagree with
> the
> ideals of our fine country, feel free to leave. I won't get upset.
> And
> Elaine, I admire you for speaking your mind.....
>
> Tim
>
>
> >>> Elaine Hunt <elaine.hunt@ces.clemson.edu> 05/26 7:51 am >>>
> At 11:49 PM 5/25/98 -0500, "markschanze" <mark-s@inav.net> wrote:
>
> >I would like to see a week of this mail list without hearing from
> Elaine
> >Hunt.
> >
>
> I believe that we just celebrated the MOST important holiday here in
> the
> US
> and that was Memorial Day. While Mark probably did not fully
> appreciate
> it's meaning I certainly did. We celebrated all the 1000s who have
> died
> in
> the defense of this great nation and for the freedoms we enjoy because
> of
> their great gift. One of those freedoms is that of FREE SPEECH (free
> to
> all
> even women).
>
> I have slowly watched this list become a soured by a few who find
> pleasure
> in making hurtful comments to people who make postings. Yesterday I
> was
> teasing about Michael about his paper since these proceeding will
> continue
> for many years to come and someone else will pick it up to use as a
> reference and find no paper. How sad that they will not know how to
> contact Michael or get a copy of that and other missing papers.
>
> Mark's initial message really rocked my boat which was his intent.
> But
> it
> made me realize that to submit to such 'provoking and disturbing'
> messages
> just comes down to being controlled by narrowminded individualism. I
> refuse to play that game EVER again.
>
> So in the true spirit of AMERICA.... If you do not wish to read a
> message
> from me... go stuff it, or rather delete it, then get over it and get
> a
> life.
>
> Free at last,
> Elaine
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