[R-G] Iraq, North Korea crises test Anti-war movement
mstainsby at dojo.tao.ca
Mon Feb 17 15:55:47 MST 2003
Tom Siblo <tsiblo at hvc.rr.com> said:
> Dear Michael:
> I appreciate your article and I agree with you the new antiwar
> reaching an important juncture in its development and I believe I
> able to provide some direction as to where we must take this movement
> locally and internationally.
thanks for this, it's thought provoking and we do need to start
fleshing out what is happening, exchanging ideas and grasping how
different the revolution is going to look this time around. So, again,
I do HOWEVER, want to pick on you to remind everyone that they need to
cut off all the parts of the emails they send to RG that are not
needed. For example, things such as the really annoying
on messages you are forwarding here for the first time. What they
should mean is that you are quoting a prior mail you are responding to.
I just want to remind people that the look of the mail goes a long way
to getting it read by other list members, and I'm certain we all want
our messages read. Further, the extraneous material from a previous
message is a great waste of bandwidth, which costs the phone bills of
dial up members, and it costs the UTAH people for the memory/bandwidth
used, yet they give us this space for free and without advertising
(unlike Yahoogroups and Topica).
So to thank Hans Ehrbar for his continuing work, please take the few
extra seconds to deal with this issue.
Thanks from the friendly moderator
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