[Ansteorra] spam...or not
sueorintx at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 21 12:57:46 PST 2007
The delete button is very easy to use, Lord Ivo, and takes far more energy than that spent venting one's spleen about what is and isn't spam. Glaslyn is not the only group to send out multiple less than unique emails, only the most recent. I don't recall any group ever having been told not to send such emails, but then again, I delete the ones that seem to be spam-like.
What I find offensive is the rude replies that really should be taken off list. If someone has a problem with Lady O'Keally or what she is saying, a personal reply, rather than an loud rude missive to the entire list would be far more appropriate. I wish that more people would take things off list rather than make us all read their 'laundry.' It takes no more time to reply personally than it does publically and it is actually much more effective. It also reflects far less badly on the sender.
As I said, I am getting each of those emails that you are getting three times each, as they are going to all three lists that I am on. I also get in the vicinity of 100 emails a day. I don't find it necessary to have kittens over something so trivial. I hit delete and move on to the more important things in life. 'nuff said.
Well-behaved women rarely make history.
> Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2007 14:27:48 -0600> From: engtrktwo at earthlink.net> To: ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org> Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] Glaslen SPAM> > I am sorry, but I must disagree, Lady Lyneya.> > Your chastisement is out of order. These posts are not even unique > missives, but the effective equivalent of someone hitting the send > button 8 times to make sure they got the point across.> This behavior has been discouraged in the past if I recall, and for a > good reason.> > Neither Glaslyn, nor their spokesperson is no more entitled to spam the > list than any other group or person. It only serves to lessen the value > of the message, and is an annoyance that we should not be asked to deal > with, never mind that it's practice makes keeping track of more > important e-mails that much more challenging.> > Your thanks for the blessings that Life has to offer us is, indeed, in > keeping with the best traditions of the SCA, and I do not take away from > what are truly wonderful things in your life.> > However, this noble virtue of gratitude does not eclipse the > responsibility of one's own proper conduct, or their right to expect the > same from their fellow man.> > Lord Ivo Blackhawk> > > >
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