Re: [prezveepsenator] Re: Question about discussion groups
- Thanks, Greg.
It probably won't do much good, but I'll send an
email to that address this evening.
--- greg <gregcannon1@...> wrote:
> Hi Richard,http://add.yahoo.com/fast/help/us/groups/cgi_groups_feedback
> I once had a similar problem: I was in a group that
> also had good
> rules on those kinds of things and then the
> moderator started making
> anti-Catholic comments (about the current Pope being
> a Nazi). I looked
> around for a way to complain, but couldn't find one.
> I just left the
> group and thought good riddance. But there is a site
> to send feedback
> to Yahoo about groups, I guess that might be some
> Greg Cannon
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Richard
> <richwkelly@...> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I just re-rejoined, but not to get into a lot of
> > this time. But I had a question about Yahoo groups
> > You see, I was on another discussion group and
> they have
> > very good rules on not saying hateful,
> over-the-top things
> > about an ethnic, religious, etc. group. Very good.
> So then
> > the list owner breaks his own rules and makes a
> number of
> > comments slamming Christians. So, is there some
> board or
> > council or something who I might complain to?
> > What got me about this, he made a number of strong
> > on Dennis Praeger, that Praeger had used a lot of
> false in-
> > formation and that he should be forced off the
> > Commission. So then, less than 24 hours after
> > all forms of hate speech, he does the same thing.
> Now some
> > of you might agree with him, but its the hypocrisy
> of it all.
> > Thanks,
> > Richard Kelly
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