Re: VERY willing to unsubscribe a whole lot of you...
- Dear CWWT crowd-
Gosh,I guess this means Mr. Rose was NOT trying to be humorous!
At any rate, Groucho was probably right I suppose I should not be a
member of a group that would have me for a member anyway. Having been
rather conspicuously singled out by the good moderator I suppose that
the appropriate thing for me to do is to offer my apologies to the
group and take my 'unsubscription' like a man. Thanks for some very
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "P. B. Jones" <jones@p...> wrote:
> All right. I'm responding attached to Steve's email, but there are
others of you out there who are being addressed in what I am saying.
Cut the garbage, the cuteness, the personal attacks right now. It
DOES NOT MATTER if you don't LIKE someone or their opinions. If that
person states their opinions in a civil manner, without personal
attacks, they WILL be allowed to post here. If you all continue to
respond with personal attacks, you will not.
> You have some choices:
> 1) You can respond minus the PERSONAL attacks
> 2) You CAN choose to not respond at all. In other words IGNORE,
IGNORE, IGNORE (as you've been counseling each other to do but
obviously not following through)
> 3) you can continue to respond with your petty, personal attacks
and be UNSUBSCRIBED.
> Your choice and don't blame ANYONE but yourself. No one is MAKING
you post what you do.
> As is our usual policy, any commentary upon moderation, please take
it to PRIVATE EMAIL.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: mailto:aot1952 <aot1952@y...
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Saturday, January 25, 2003 3:04 PM
> Subject: [civilwarwest] Re: Whereabouts of Grant and his staff
> Mr. Rose wrote-
> "Thank you, however, for your interest"
> Oh no Mr. Rose thank you for the humorous interlude. You really
> always good for a hearty laugh, you really are quite a humorous
> Unfortunately some people might actually misunderstand you and
> actually take your postings seriously! LOL
> You are just trying to be funny --right?
> -- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "josepharose
> <josepharose@y...>" <josepharose@y...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, "aot1952 <aot1952@y...>"
> > <aot1952@y...> wrote:
> > > YEAH MR. Keene!!!
> > > while we are at it--
> > > Do you have ANY evidence that Grant had stopped beating his
> > wife????
> > > Do you have any evidence that the SUN came up on April 8th
> > > Am I the only one that finds this statement to be foolish?
> > >
> > > " Do you have any evidence whatsoever that "[Grant] was not
> > > social engagement?"
> > >
> > > Now now that sure makes sense! Has anyone read Grant's social
> > > calendar for the day in question? By the by Mr. Rose since
> > > the one that first made this rather silly accuation please
> > > your evidence of the social engagement in question.
> > > Next we have this telling debating point--
> > > " Do you have any evidence that Buell didn't report his
> > > one of Grant's subordinates?"
> > > MMMM very interesting please provide your evidence that Buell
> > > reported his arrival.
> > > Now let me get this straight-- one poster admits that he
> > that
> > > Grant 'mistated' the truth...BUT then the same poster says
> > they
> > > did not say that Grant lied???
> > > Just out of curiosity, could someone please explain why that
> > > statement is not foolish blathering?
> > > Wow I am sure looking forward to how silly things can get
> > > poster does not admit that what he is posting is tiresome!
> > > Regards-
> > > Wakefield
> > Mr. Wakefield:
> > If you happened to read the post in question you would realize
> > I was responding to several unqualified statements with a
> > for evidence. As you, also, seem to indicate that there is no
> > evidence for certain assertions (e.g., "Has anyone read Grant's
> > social calendar for the day in question?"), you agree with my
> > position.
> > Please note that a "misstatement" is an untrue statement, while
> > a "lie" is an untrue statement intended to deceive. I should
> > that it wouldn't take a lawyer to distinguish between the two.
> > Thank you, however, for your interest.
> > Joseph
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