[Vision2020] FW: Non Official use of University Property andComputers.

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Thu Dec 13 05:44:01 PST 2007


Much like WSU's Computer Use Policy (which was introduced to then-employed
"No-Clue" Farris a couple years ago) UI's Computer Use Policy concerns
itself with use of on-campus computers and other hardware resources.  An
addendum to this policy even addresses inappropriate use of bandwidth.
However, since Mr. Dickow's email transmissions are submitted through
off-campus non-tax supported email servers, he is well within his rights. 

Note to "No-Clue":  Here is a link to UI's Computer Use Policy.  Perhaps the
boyz at the sandbox would be interested in a copy at their next Show-n-Tell

Note to Mr. Dickow:  If/When "No-Clue", "Comb-Over", or His Whineyness ever
start referring to you as an Intolerista, please let me know.  I'll need to
add you to my rolodex.  You know, we really must get bleachers for our next

Seeya round town, Moscow.

Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

"We're a town of about 23,000 with 10,000 college students. The college
students are not very active in local elections (thank goodness!)."

- Dale Courtney (March 28, 2007)

-----Original Message-----
From: vision2020-bounces at moscow.com [mailto:vision2020-bounces at moscow.com]
On Behalf Of Robert Dickow
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:50 PM
To: heirdoug at netscape.net; vision2020 at moscow.com
Cc: kevinw at uidaho.edu
Subject: [Vision2020] FW: Non Official use of University Property

Mr. Farris:

While there are explicit laws applicable to contacting someone's employer or
supervisor with the aim of undermining the employment or status of an
individual with regard to their employment, there are no laws or policies
against sending email the way that I do. My outgoing mail in this case came
from my home, while I was enjoying my morning coffee and correcting papers,
on my personally owned computer, and the mail passed through Turbonet.com's
smtp servers--an independant IPS--and not directly through any state-owned
servers or equipment or software of any kind. 

Robert Dickow

-----Original Message-----
From: heirdoug at netscape.net [mailto:heirdoug at netscape.net] 
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 9:07 AM
To: Robert Dickow
Cc: Kevin Woelfel
Subject: Non Official use of University Property and Computers.

Mr. Dickow,

I see that you posted your attempt at joining "the group" on Vision 
2020 this morning utilizing your university computer. Is this post part 
of the music functions of the Lionel Hampton School of Music?

If it is personal time that you are spending doing this sort of 
activity maybe you should re-read your rules and regulations pertaining 
to the proper use of Government property.

I have attached the post with your University of Idaho email firmly 
attached at the top of the page. I was curious as to when works starts 
over at the U of I?

Thank you for your consideration in this matter.

Doug Farris

Heirloom Electric.


[Vision2020] Characteristics of a cult

Robert Dickow dickow at uidaho.edu

Mon Dec 10 08:49:15 PST 2007

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Hi all, A minister friend of mine in England provided me with this 

comprehensive list of characteristics of a cult (or destructive group 

defined more generally). Does this stuff remind you of anything?

Bob Dickow, troublemaker

"Characteristics of A Destructive Group

While not all groups exhibit all these traits, destructive groups will 

many of these characteristics and attitudes:

 Authoritarian hierarchal control; "

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