Re: A request
hes probably laughing his arse off just like the rest of us
"Hey, does anybody else hear that giant sucking sound? That's my will to
www.dematerialised.com - coming soon
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From: "Carlos Laviola" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, April 20, 2001 11:47 AM
Subject: RE: A request
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> Who cares, he has warned us, we and our company are being reported by
> industrial sabotage. yes us. :-( where's our CEO when we need him?!
> On 20-Apr-2001 S.J. Black wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm on a mailing list on which was aired your vehemnt threat against
> > spammers. One has to subscribe to the mailing list, and yet you claim
> > this list has been spamming you. The punchline for all of us is that you
> > have spammed our list.
> > It hasn't occurred to you that the .org extension might indicate it's
> > not a company. It also hasn't occurred to you that you may be
> > "hollering" against people with whom you have no valid complaint.
> > I notice your run a business of a technical nature: why then must you
> > reconfigure your firewalls and e-mail servers when you're "hit"? I would
> > guess that such an accomplished technical person as yourself would hve
> > no trouble setting up spam filters and creating very tight rules on your
> > firewalls.
> > I'd be pleased to help you with this aspect of your business.
> > I'd also recommend highly that you cease contact with Debian altogether.
> > We'll all be much happier without inane threats. Certainly any bit of
> > extra bandwidth that can be saved
> > by you not contacting the listmaster will, I'm sure, be appreciated.
> > Debian runs several
> > popular and high-traffic mailing lists. Spam is, last time I heard
> > (about 2 months ago), not one of the more appreciated forms of
> > communication on these lists.
> > Please consider this a professional request.
> > S.J. Black
> - --
> carlos laviola - icq #55799523
> $ chown us:us /your_base -R
> chown: what you say!!
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