[tc-list] Re: Apology
- I second the sentiment of J. Bruce Prior:
PLEASE do not resign from the TC-List, Thomas. You are an honored member,
who has made some valuable contributions to the TC community. In this
all-too-fast electronic world sometimes things happen which are truly beyond
our control. I truly hope you reconsider and reverse your resignation.
Philip B. Payne, Edmonds, WA
----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas J. Kraus <tj.kraus@...>
To: TC-List <tc-list@...-certr.org>
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2000 8:33 AM
Subject: [tc-list] Apology
> Dear TCers, dear Jan,
> I have to express my deepest excuse for the mail being sent to the
> discussion list TC. I am sending my mails via a school terminal,
> which occasionally is open to students as well (see my freemail-
> address). I just left the room for a minute and when I came back
> found a return-copy of a mail containing severe insults.
> I feel ashamed for that. One of the pupils of "higher education"
> must have taken the opportunity of doing something to make me (!)
> feel ashamed, which I have to now. Of course, this is nothing to be
> put on a scholarly list.
> There is no doubt that such stereotype insults (against people
> living in other countries, eg the Netherlands), even an personal
> offence against an individual are not to be forgiven to anybody who
> should take care of what to send to some place. We should not
> even think about such things ...
> So that I am the one who is responsible for that, even if the
> message was not sent by myself, I must offer to resign from the
> list because of unforgivable insults against a list member.
> Once more: I am sorry about the incident and would like if I could
> to undo what has happened.
> Thomas J. Kraus
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