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Subject:Re: Welcome and how to leave From:david tillyer <DATCC -at- CUNYVM -dot- BITNET> Date:Tue, 27 Apr 1993 23:27:18 EDT
On Tue, 27 Apr 1993 14:54:42 -0700 Peter Montgomery said:
>Funny that we aren't so forgiving about the driving of cars. In fact, we
>make people get lisences, and take tests before we let them drive cars.
>Maybe there needs to be something more of an initiation phase for
>entry into a list. If the process is too complex for the casual user,
>then it is a bit unfair to such, to let them get involved, if they can't
>extricate themselves properly.
Peter, you seriously should consider a vacation. You're taking
it a little too seriously. Do you really think that we all have
to be as perfect as you are in order to communicate with our
colleagues. It aint gonna happen. Relax, my friend.
David Tillyer, City College of New York