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From: "George W. Durman" <>
Subject: Re: [LO] Email Tags That Contain Surnames
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 03:48:19 -0500
At 2/1/04 10:56 PM Sunday, wrote:
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>In a message dated 2/1/2004 9:41:28 PM Central Standard Time,
>Perhaps I'm a maverick but I've done it once or twice. :)
>It just wasn't worth putting up how a list was run -- too many other
>could have been doing -- so unsubbing was the easiest course of
>Doesn't happen too often, but I have had occasion to do it.
>Here is another one..... I got off of one list because of the way it
> I am still on one now but have just ceased to participate. Instead
>contact the person privately - not that it happens very often because
>that most folks are doing the same thing.... Which I REALLY DISAGREE
>because I believe the interchange on the list has the potential to
>help more folks.
>It also makes the information available later via the archives. But..
>Joan said... sometimes it just isn't worth it.
>Take care - Emma
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People keep replying that "they" have unsubbed from certain Lists
because of the way they were managed. I still say you are "the few".
I never said that NO ONE ever left a List because of the rules, I said
only "a few" do so. So let's not make a few personal experiences the
Yes, I will admit that I, too, have unsubbed from a List because of
the Manager's overly restrictive rules; but, of all the scores and
of Lists to which I subscribe, unsubbing from ONE List puts me in
the "few" category.
(Let's not make the Exception the Rule!)
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