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Re: AM I Going To Have to Be Really Rude to get Your Attention?

Doq (doq@embarqmail.com)



The problem is that we lack the capacity to remove you from the list.  
I receive your insults, yet I can do nothing for you.
I just looked at the site. If I wanted off the list and I didn't know  
how, I'd go to:

http://www.digitalkingdom.org/cgi-bin/lsg2.cgi

Put in your e-mail address (the one that is receiving the list), and  
wait for an e-mail message that gives you your password (assuming  
you've forgotten it).

Since that is called "the list administration page" by one of its  
links, likely that's the door to unsubscribing.

I wish you well. I cannot unsubscribe you, but perhaps if you'll  
venture there, you can figure out how to unsubscribe yourself.

I do not wish to insult you or annoy others on the list. The result is  
rarely positive, though the temptation is sometimes strong.

Doq

On May 29, 2009, at 3:59 PM, Christopher Fulkerson, Ph.D. wrote:

> Dear Nameless One,
>
> Your clearly substandard method of dealing with spam does not make the
> basis of effective browbeating.   In civilized society, you, and all  
> the
> other members of the Klingon Language Institute, look like convicted
> felons.
>
> I want: NO SPAM.   If I don't want your sendings, THEY'RE SPAM.
>
> I am DETERMINED to bother you ALL until someone acts decently.
>
> STOP SENDING YOUR EMAIL TO ME.
>
> Christopher Fulkerson
>
>
> **************
>
>
>
> On Fri, May 29, 2009 12:43 pm, Terrence Donnelly wrote:
>>
>> When I have lost the instructions to a mailing list I subscribed  
>> to, I've
>> taken responsibility for my actions and lack of organization.   
>> Instead of
>> pointless harassment, I just send every message from that list to  
>> my spam
>> folder.  Eventually, they go there automatically, where I don't  
>> have to be
>> bothered by them, and without me having to bother others to make up  
>> for my
>> own lack of foresight.
>>
>> -- ter'eS (no Ph.D., but no dummy either)
>>
>> --- On Fri, 5/29/09, Christopher Fulkerson, Ph.D.
>> <christopher@christopherfulkerson.com> wrote:
>>
>>> From: Christopher Fulkerson, Ph.D.
>>> <christopher@christopherfulkerson.com>
>>> Subject: AM I Going To Have to Be Really Rude to get Your Attention?
>>> To: tlhingan-hol@kli.org
>>> Date: Friday, May 29, 2009, 11:38 AM
>>> Dear Klingon Scholars,
>>>
>>> I have been asking consistently and politely for weeks to
>>> be taken off of
>>> this list.   Gwunch we said he forwarded the
>>> info to the proper source;
>>> there has been no result.    He is the only
>>> person to even respond.
>>>
>>> Thinking it might be my duty to do this, I went to your
>>> site, where I
>>> could not find where to unsubscribe.
>>>
>>> It is unconscionable that you keep sending me your mailing
>>> list when I am
>>> not interested in it.    If you do not comply
>>> with my reasonable request I
>>> am going to have to report you to whatever authority I can
>>> muster.   And I
>>> am going to be very rude to you at every opportunity.
>>>
>>> Your group has been a bad experience for
>>> me.   You are substandard as
>>> thinkers and as puffed up as horny toads, and about as
>>> appealing.   Stop
>>> coming around.
>>>
>>> Christopher Fulkerson
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Fri, May 29, 2009 9:23 am, Fiat Knox wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Time to throw my satchel of ngat into the fire:-
>>>>
>>>> White dwarf stars and neutron stars are, in essence,
>>> the remains of dead
>>>> stars which collapsed, degenerating their matter into
>>> something akin to a
>>>> big diamond the size of the Earth (white dwarfs) and a
>>> block of neutrons
>>>> the size of Milwaukee (neutron stars).
>>>>
>>>> So how about [Hov lom] (white dwarf) and [Hov lomHom]
>>> (neutron star), or
>>>> some such?
>>>>
>>>> Peace,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Alex.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
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