[Ansteorra] Recent List Behavior
lddevin03 at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 20 05:44:01 PDT 2012
Excellent idea. Those of us who enjoy the list have to endure this but we are rude to ask that it stop. I guess that is all well and good.
Let me know when the complaint-fest is over so I can rejoin the list again.
Or better yet, how about we start another thread ( the 4th thread) and talk about it in circles until everyone is sick of it?
Yes this is a public list but as part of the public I have the right to voice my thoughts and opinions.
Telling me it is rude to ask the thread to stop is just as rude.
We dol not tell interracial couples they can not sit the throne so why tell same sex couples. It is discrimination plain and simple and all your lip smacking will change nothing.
I am out of here.
There is no better therapy than a dogs love.
Bree Flowers <evethejust at gmail.com> wrote:
>Thank you so very much for these thoughtful and sensible suggestions.
>On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 7:09 AM, Webminister, Ansteorra
><kingdom at webminister.ansteorra.org> wrote:
>> 4. Finally, Please don't publicly ask someone to kill a thread. Send it to them in a private email. Each and every
>> person has the right to be on this list and the right to discuss whatever they wish within the bounds of reason and
>> common courtesy. If it needs to be killed for the greater good of the Kingdom, as has happened from time to time, then
>> myself, the Kingdom Seneschal, and the Crown will ensure that this happens. Do you really want this list to be group
>> moderated? It's not as pleasant as it sounds and the conversation that people want closed next time may be the one you
>> are interested in.
>> William Cameron deBlakstan
>> Webminister, Ansteorra
>William, instead of privately e-mailing all those involved in a
>conversation asking them to stop it, might it be better advised for
>them to e-mail yourself? It would give you a good sense of when a
>topic has become offensive to a large proportion of the e-mail list
>and save people from having personal confrontations (not to mention
>having to privately e-mail multiple persons participating in a
>thread). Just a thought and feel free to disregard it.
>Incidentally, while I may disagree with some of the opinions expressed
>in the thread some think has gone on too long, the only thing that has
>offended me is the people who have asked multiple times for the
>conversation to end because of their personal boredom with the topic.
>It strikes me as especially ironic that they complain some of those
>participating in the discussion are just repeating themselves when
>they are themselves committing the same offense. To them I would say
>"Really, we heard your request to end the discussion the first time,
>repeating the request doesn't make us more likely to comply."
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