Nollaig faoi she/an is faoi mhaise duit
and, for those on AOL who won't see this,
May you have a happy and prosperous Christmas.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List.
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Juliet Brown
> Sent: Thursday, December 24, 1998 12:04 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Fwd: FW: AOL Censorship
> A friend of mine sent this along to me and I thought it might interest
> you all.
> >Fuair me seo ar liosta eile inniu:
> >Fhuair mi seo air liosta eile an diugh:
> >I found this on another list today:
> >copy: A FOLLOW UP TO YOUR AMERICA ONLINE CENSORSHIP ARTICLE
> >Today, December 22, 1998, the following message was posted by the
> >message board manager, on AOL/UK's "Peace In Ireland" message board,
> >the use of the Irish language on that board.
> >"This board is designed for English speakers and Gaelic postings are
> >not allowed. Continuation of this type of posting will result in a
> >warning to the account.
> >"As for posting in Gaelic and then giving a
> >translation in a later posting, we all know that we then rely on the
> >accuracy and fairness of the person giving the translation.
> >So......to make it crystal clear.....posts in Gaelic will be removed
> >without further recourse to the person who posted it. "
> >Sheila Fahey,
> >(p.s. several posters have been posting Welsh language phrases as well,
> >today's action by AOL does not similarly prohibit the use of that
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