FW: Theos-World Mr. J. Price memo
Jun 22, 1997 10:11 AM
by JOSEPH PRICE
> From: Dallas Tenbroeck Sat June 21st k997
> Subject: Theos-World Mr. J. Price memo
Dear Mr. Price:
I received your memo and quite frankly do not understand it, so I will
route this through T-World.
If you wish to ask a question pleae do so, I will be glad to answer, if
Sincerely, Dallas TenBroeck
This is what I received:
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JOSEPH PRICE wrote:
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of Eldon B. Tucker
> Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 1997 3:31 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Theos-World Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, etc.
> I received the following comments from Dallas TenBroeck that
> I've been told are ok to pass on.
> -- Eldon
> Dear Eldon Tucker:
> I am confused. I am recently back on-line and cannot keep up with all the
> e-mail (lists?)
> I asume that this is your list (correct?) or is theosophy world?
> It seems Olcott (TSA) has their own list moderated by Joan somebody.
> And of course there is the oldest theos-l. Can you briefly help me sort
> this out if you have time? I do not have anyone's private e-mail address
> anymore since I changed internet providers.
> Thanks for your help. It may be a help to put this is as a general post
> a FAQ for real newcomers! Is their a FAQ on all this. Sorry to bother
> Keith Price
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Keith: I seem to be some type of theosophical computer virus although I want
to be helpful bacteria :) I am impulsive and when I am confused I cry for
help, but the internet is so open and business-like a friendly request can be
misconstrued as trouble making.
My problem is there are so many lists now, I am having trouble sorting out who
owns or moderates them, what there special purpose is and how I fit or don't
fit in. There is a lot of e-mail in my box. You know what I mean!
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