In message <[log in to unmask]>, "Vanessa Miller" writes:
> You may choose not to publish this message; but, considering the
> fact that everyone on this list appears to be quite intelligent, I
> have noticed that there are some very rude people on this list (see
> response below).
I never noticed anyone rude here :-)-O
> If you don't like something, make yourself familiar with your delete
> options and click.
No, that is not the answer for me.
In any case why don't you do what you ask from others? Because I am
from a developing country and trying to voice that we are fed up with
this crap? Nevermind emanciptation or other developmental concepts?
> The rudeness demonstrated below is quite unacceptable.
Unaccepteable to whom? At your community college they might like
Political Correctness, on the Internet you might get away with it, but
I ain't interested. (And you might want to read the archives on this)
And what rudeness in the first place? The truth? Or the audacity to
repeatedly blast my bandwith with this crap?
> >>> Dr Eberhard W Lisse <[log in to unmask]> 10/21/98 11:51pm >>>
> In message <[log in to unmask]>, Don Richardson writes:
> > "Partnerships and Participation in Telecommunications for Rural Development"
> > Conference at the University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario Canada: Oct 26 & 27,
> > 1998. See note below for further information...
> Why on earth do you think this bloated rubbish is of any relevance to
But, it is rubbish.
It is bloated.
It is of no relevance whatsoever to AFRIK-IT.
And I only wanted to know why the author thought the opposite. :-)-O
Now I could point out that I have been flaming people since before you
could read (you seem to have a generic (=student) account at a
Community College putting you at around 20 years or so) but in keeping
with my principles why don't you just grow up?