Re: The "Offended" re-replies....
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- From: Dean Kansky <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 22:28:00 -0700 (PDT)
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As funny as it sounds, John's email got sent, with
some others on the list, automatically to my Yahoo
Spam folder. I had nothing to do with it, my Yahoo
account does this on its own. I will mark things as
"not spam", which is fine for that person. But because
of this, i need to read all my spam box titles before
P.S Judy, I will leave Kant to you. I have never liked
his ethics. More of a Nietsche man at heart. I like
that he tells us to live an aesthetic life and also
when he tells us what is wrong with Kant.
--- Judy Seigel <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I kind of dreaded logging on today, expecting I'd be
> trashed. So A), glad
> I wasn't and B), sometimes stuff needs saying. But
> let me point out two
> 1. In my opinion there's a matter of ethics
> involved. That is, to quote
> the ethicist for the ages, Emanual Kant, "Act so
> that the maxim of your
> action could be universal law."
> In other words, if every one of the subscribers to
> this list, all of whom
> must have a problem with spam, whatever the size of
> their penii, used a
> "blocker" similar to John's, the list would be
> unusable. Which is to say,
> this kind of "blocker" on a list of this sort, needs
> to be the exception
> not the rule. Kant would object, correctly IMO.
> 2. My system is crude, that is, dial up to a unix
> shell, writing in Pine,
> text only.
> So I'm a Neanderthal, but AFAIK, this list doesn't
> have to be
> schizophrenic, that is, if we love old processes we
> DON'T have to do it
> with broadband. My digitons already torment me nigh
> unto death, I don't
> deal with them more than absolutely essential --
> and I'm otherwise
> preoccupied at present.
> BUT -- the Spam filter offered by Panix has been, as
> noted, very
> effective. Today, for instance, I had only one Spam
> (after, if memory
> serves, 2 days). I believe their website is
> reachable by the public.. (I'm
> not sure I could get there again -- my entire
> computer is in extremis,
> sending me ominous messages at odd moments &
> crashing me 20 times per
> hour. I know I have to deal with it, and I will --
> when book is at the
> But, is there some reason why a filter like this
> doesn't work for most
> people? I also had a filter for the Post-Factory ISP
> (a different one at
> the time), very effective too. The arrangement there
> was that Spam went to
> a folder which I checked every few days -- there
> would be 70 or 80
> e-mails in it, none of which I ever wanted to read.
> I also note that I got several inquiries about
> Post-Factory from folks who
> neglected to notify their Spam blocker, so I got a
> notice similar to the
> current one. I figured they were too stupid to
> appreciate great
> literature & left it at that.
> Anyway, John, sorry if I was overwrought... It's
> been that kind of a year.
> But kudos to you for the mea culpa...
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