[imc-alberta] NOTICE: Bernard has been REMOVED from this list.
wbelczow at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 10 09:44:37 PST 2005
My feeling is that there usually are other venues to post activist news;.in
Edmonton we are particularly blessed with a number of such. So anything
other than Indy-related content should perhaps go to them .However, no big
deal, especially as traffic has been fairly low on the list recently, and
who isn't used to tons of cross-posting?
However, booting Bernard off the list is a whole nother matter.
Subject: [imc-alberta] NOTICE: Bernard has been REMOVED from this list.
> ... as of about 5:30 this morning.
> David, your predictions were correct, and he started bombarding me with
emails off-list as well. I had already warned him so felt it was (and think
> is) justified, but if anyone has a problem with my undemocratic and/or
unceremonious booting of the Bernard, I guess now's the time to bitch me out
> about it....
> That said, it's always been my understanding that it is, in fact, OK to
send posts like this to the AIMC list, if only to alert indy folks that
> was an op to film or otherwise report on an issue that's going
under-reported in the mainstream media...
> How do the rest of you list members feel about this? If the general
consensus is that we do NOT post demos to the list, then I will stop.
> > "Bernard D. Tremblay" wrote:
> > >
> > > I'm sorry things had to be broadcast by quasi-spam methods. This place
> > > an IMC.
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