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Subject:Re: What IS is with people from America On-Line? From:"Race, Paul D" <racepa -at- WHQPOS4B -dot- DAYTONOH -dot- ATTGIS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 12 Sep 1995 04:55:27 -0600
karenk -at- netcom -dot- com, a netcom weenie said:
>Welcome to the new -ism: addressism. It rages all over the Internet.
>Pat's opinion is shared by many people. In addition to AOLer =
>clueless, some people assume anyone posting from an .edu account must
>be 18. Other people have other ideas about other providers. Netcom
>users used to be thought of as weenies, because of being UNIX-based
>with little support. None of it makes much more sense than racism or
>sexism or any other -ism does.
Paul -dot- D -dot- Race -at- daytonoh -dot- attgis -dot- com, a .COM marketoid adds:
Add to this list the attgis.com = likely to be unemployed in the next few