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Reply to David Kummer

Christopher Fulkerson, Ph.D. (christopher@christopherfulkerson.com)



That is what I get for putting one word in capital letters?    You are
guilty of what you accuse me of.




On Fri, May 29, 2009 2:54 pm, David Kummer wrote:
> Did your mother think it was cute when you balled up your fists and
> screamed
> as a little kid? Were you praised when you first discovered caps lock? How
> about when you busted out the mad SAT word skills?
> If you don't want to be taken seriously at all, telling people to behave
> while having an online tantrum over an email list is an excellent place to
> start. Is your doctorate in that? Or is it Online Trolling?
>
> If the answer to any of these questions is no, learn to use your spam
> filter
> or its equivalent, as already suggested. If you email client lacks that
> option, get a new one, or make use of the delete button. Or even the
> /do-not-read function. If you cannot master those, I would not recommend
> using email any more.
>
> (In other words, if you're not willing to accept spam as the solution,
> stop
> creating it and making yourself look more ridiculously silly than any
> wannabe unsubscriber in the year and a half I've been on this list in the
> process. You're acting like a three year old who doesn't like it that his
> mother put peanut butter instead of chocolate chips into the cookies she
> just baked.)
>
> On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 4:32 PM, Christopher Fulkerson, Ph.D. <
> christopher@christopherfulkerson.com> wrote:
>
>> Please lurk close enough to the scene to overhear at least this much:
>> what
>> I have said several times: I am not willing to accept spam as the
>> solution
>> as to how to get rid of spam.
>>
>> I say to you what I said to the others: learn how to behave!
>>
>> Your site lacks a proper "unsubscribe" function, and that is
>> UNCONSCIONABLE!
>>
>> Christopher Fulkerson
>>
>>
>> ***************
>>
>> On Fri, May 29, 2009 2:12 pm, Renee Scherer wrote:
>> > That which you originally requested is not spam.  If the administrator
>> has
>> > thus far been unable to attend to your request, why not simply add the
>> > list
>> > to your own spam filter?  This seems a viable solution if you are
>> > unwilling
>> > to wait.
>> > --Renee, lurker
>> >
>> > On Fri, May 29, 2009 at 3:58 PM, Christopher Fulkerson, Ph.D. <
>> > christopher@christopherfulkerson.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Wrong.   Go to the page.   I can't get the passcode.   Intervention
>> is
>> >> needed.   You must have a webmaster.   Getting your email as spam for
>> >> eternity is not a viable option.
>> >>
>> >> Not one of you have really read a letter I've written: in every case
>> I
>> >> tell you there's no way for me to get the passcode.   How many times
>> am
>> >> I
>> >> going to have to say the same thing over and over?   Your page is
>> >> lacking
>> >> an important piece of functioning courtesy.
>> >>
>> >> Christopher Fulkerson
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> On Fri, May 29, 2009 1:50 pm, Fiat Knox wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> > I just sent you an email myself, now. I know that your email
>> address
>> >> is
>> >> > valid, because it's the same one to which I sent an earlier email
>> this
>> >> > very evening - an email to which you replied, calling me "callow."
>> >> >
>> >> > However, you should by now know exactly what to do to remove
>> yourself
>> >> from
>> >> > the list. You have been contacted by the great and the good on this
>> >> list,
>> >> > but the actual removal is entirely in your own hands. It's standard
>> >> list
>> >> > security protocol. You subbed; only you can unsub.
>> >> >
>> >> > Peace,
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> > Alex.
>> >> >
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>> >
>> > --
>> > Renee Scherer
>> >
>> > ischerer@umich.edu
>> > tlharin@gmail.com
>> > (224) 717-1894
>> > University of Michigan
>> >
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