Re: [Powderworks] re: we thought you were leaving, Dale.
Fri, 30 Aug 2002 09:01:12 -0600 (MDT)
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I would just like to say my fond farewells to Dale or whatever your name is. (Could you
not have thought up a cool pseudonom).
Anyway, best of luck on the Culture Club newsgroup, and we shall all see you when the
Oils roll into town on tour with them.
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> From firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date 29/08/2002 13:35:31
> I'm sorry, Dale, but I am of the opinion that it WAS called for.
> You show up on the list, tell everyone you're using a fake name, then quickly proceed
to tell everyone how the list is all messed up because the messages aren't focused on
the subject that you want them to be.
> THEN, you whine some more, and tell everyone on the list, more than once, that the
list sucks so bad, you're off the list.
> And then you stay and whine some more, and get all defensive because someone
called you on the fact that you lied by saying you were leaving and then not carrying
> I think what you really need to do is ditch this fake persona, join up under a new one,
and pretend to be less whiny and just delete messages that don't interest you, and
actually contribute to the mailing list with information when you can, not just bitch about
what others are contributing.
> But that's just my opinion on a rainy day in New England. I assume there are many
people who feel the same way as I do, and many that don't. That's the beauty of the
list, diversity. So if you don't like it, go, but for heaven's sake, if you stay, stop
> >That was uncalled for, dude. There was no need to be like that. Get more from the
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