Re: Doggie Diarreha
Aug 01, 1997 06:12 AM
At 08:49 AM 8/1/97 -0400, A. Safron wrote:
>> From: JOSEPH PRICE <JKEITHPRICE@msn.com>
>> Subject: Doggie Diarreha
>> Date: Thursday, July 31, 1997 11:19 PM
>> In regard to theos-l being less than doggie doo, I wish I had the orignal
>> post. Who said this?
>It all started when an individual connected with Olcott approached me and
>for saying "things" I shouldn't be saying on Theos-L. At that time, I had
>to get some work done, so it was a moot point. When I asked this
individual exactly what
>offending remark I made, all she did was stare at me, like I was supposed
to know. When I
>asked her what line of communication she meant - theos-l, newsgroup, etc.
she just kept
>saying, "The Internet! The Internet!" Huh? I let the incident pass, but
as time has gone
>on, I believe it is no one's business who says what on the Internet, unless
it is a lie or
>slander. This is a free forum and I or anyone else is not obligated to
keep secrets, unless
>they personally choose to do so.
>Personaly, if anyone ever approached me again and tries to censure me
(First Amendment Right)
>because of some kind of TS hush-hush, I am going to tell them to give me
back my $30 odd
>dollars k and I will give them my membership back.
I commend your posting the details.
I think very few in Olcott is on any of the theos-xxxx lists and so it must
be some kind of misinformation campaign going on in a subtle manner and most
times anything negative people tend to believe easily. And again, dont
expect too much independent thinking or acting from anyone who is on the
payrolls at Olcott.
Whoever is spreading this kind misinformation may be giving a lot of free
publicity to theos-xxxx. Who knows some of the residents at Olcott may be
reading these msgs with great interest -- there have been a alot of
information out here that is unavailable from any other source -- and may
not want anyone else to know that they are reading them.
No matter what, theos-l is not going to go away.
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