Re: The Brazillian Rainforest.
The honorable friend Varis wrote:
>1) Chain letters are illegal in .fi
>2) Spam is bad as such (MUST FOR HAVE OF TO BANDWITH FOR TO QUACK
>OR COUSING MAKE MANY BAD TIME OF ME)
>3) This subject is very irrelated to xfrisk mailing list
>Anyway, it sounds pretty bad. Suits fscking things up again. Are
>there any articles on the subject on the web - like anything from
>anglo-saxon sites or papers? (My portuguese is not too good ;)
And I reply:
Dear Varis and all other .fi people,
I'm sorry about that, it is not a real chain letter as probably defined in
your .fi law. If we were to discuss this I'd call the reason to stand up for
this kind of _chain letter_ as a matter of freespeech. I understand it is
unrelated to xfrisk. But because of how conventional netiquette goes I believe
you are just taking this opportunity of flaming me. I believe we are friends,
and that firstname.lastname@example.org is a place where we are all friends, thus I'd
have trusted you all to understand that I care about my country and that I
really believe that IF (the infamous) what the letter states is true then it
is relevant. I'd give up my subscription to email@example.com any day if
it would prevent the facts in the letter from happening, as it won't I'll just
try to convince you guys otherwize. I don't deny that the letter is some or
other form of SPAM...
Anyway, that was _my_ rant. Once again, my appologies, I did not know .fi had
free speech problems.
Conrado Buhrer - Programmer, Philosopher, Quake and Chess lover.
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