[Vision2020] charles nolan publishers
donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com
Fri May 6 16:41:40 PDT 2005
"Vision2020 useless as a forum for civil, community
I have always thought so. Which is why I never have
used it for that purpose. :)
Donovan J Arnold
--- Kit Craine <kcraine at moscow.com> wrote:
> OK gang, after lurking on this site for the last few
> weeks and
> receiving this response to my recent question, I
> think its time for
> everyone to take a deep breath, let it out slowly,
> and repeat that
> action ten times before reading any Vision2020
> Then calmly, carefully, and thoughtfully READ AND
> COMPREHEND THE
> CONTENTS of any message youre replying to [shouting
> In my last post, I stated all the facts I knew about
> a situation
> and--seeking more information--asked a question. How
> my message was
> translated into me accusing a business of
> deliberately sending a virus
> is beyond my comprehension. Yet, this type of
> personal, thoughtless,
> spitting retort to a misinterpretation is all to
> common here.
> Non-responsive shouting makes Vision2020 useless as
> a forum for civil,
> community discussion--something what we desperately
> need if we are
> serious about finding reasonable resolutions to the
> issues this town is
> Please, when you reply to a posting, address the
> contents--not imagined
> squiggles between the lines.
> Kit Craine
> On May 6, 2005, at 11:37 AM, Burt Sid wrote:
> > Are you shure that the mail address hasn't been
> > It's fairly easy to do (how many bogous enhanced
> > messages have you received?). No business would
> > intenshunally send out a virus. OTOH, somone mite
> > fake an address to discredit a business/person.
> > Contact them/FSR.
> > Sid
> > On 5/6/05, Kit Craine <kcraine at moscow.com> wrote:
> >> I just received a virus infected, unsolicited
> email from "Charles
> >> Nolan
> >> Publishers", which appears to be a Christian
> publisher located in
> >> Moscow.
> >> I've never heard of this outfit. Anyone know
> anything about it?
> >> Kit Craine
> > List services made available by First Step
> > serving the communities of the Palouse since
> > http://www.fsr.net
> > mailto:Vision2020 at moscow.com
> List services made available by First Step
> serving the communities of the Palouse since 1994.
> mailto:Vision2020 at moscow.com
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