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Re: [ga] Re: What list forwards to what list

 Marilyn and everybody else,

  In part you are right of course.  But I would point out again, that our
spokesman Jeff Williams, along with myself, James Touton, Bob Davis,
and Brian Hollingsworth speak for our members some 98k strong.  We
are all stakeholders.  So we do speak for a fairly large number of
"Interested Parties" here.

David "Dude" Jenson
INEGRoup-East Director

In a message dated 1/27/00 8:12:29 PM Pacific Standard Time, mcade@att.com 

<< I am seeing those of us who post spending our time arguing about what "our"
 individual point of view is about a subject. Is that the purpose of ga?  I
 don't think it is, and I am looking forward to seeing a path to
 communication which might be like a conversation where individuals respect
 the speaker, even if they don't agree with the viewpoint.  That might enable
 some of us to better understand each other -- even if not everyone... 
 That might be progress of some kind.
 -----Original Message-----
 From: William X. Walsh [mailto:william@dso.net]
 Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 9:35 PM
 To: david@aminal.com
 Cc: ga@dnso.org
 Subject: RE: [ga] Re: What list forwards to what list
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 On 28-Jan-2000 david@aminal.com wrote:
 > Communication via email is DIFFERENT. Profoundly different. A disruptive
 > email
 > does not create a physical barrier to other communications, it is
 > easy to physically ignore an email. You can communicate just as if it
 > exist at all.
 It most certainly does create a barrier.  Not a physical one, but no less
 strong a barrier anyway.
 > I find it astounding.
 As do I, that people have such a problem with rules that simply require them
 act with common civility.
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