[amsat-bb] Re: It's NOT Censorship
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Fri Jan 15 20:03:49 PST 2010
Robert WB5MZO life member
> Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2010 16:55:09 -0900
> To: kg4zlb at gmail.com; amsat-bb at amsat.org
> From: kl7uw at acsalaska.net
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: It's NOT Censorship
> At 02:09 PM 1/15/2010, David - KG4ZLB wrote:
> >It's not altogether surprising that this topic is being discussed but
> >really folks, lets look at the facts!
> >The whole issue revolves around just a few members/posters who
> >continually try and push the boundaries on what is a large list with
> >respected and influential members all over the World.
> >We all know who they are; the ones that immediately post a facetious
> >reply to a newbie question, the ones that post one line,or worse still,
> >one word answers that are ambiguous at best and downright rude at worst;
> >the ones that take childish delight in trying to elicit the maximum
> >controversy with seemingly innocuous postings. We know who they are and
> >they know who they are and the laws of defamation restrict me in naming
> >There is a delete key on your keyboard; there are message filters built
> >in to your e-mail client and if you really get offended then there is
> >always the "un-subscribe" route.
> >But if anyone on the list ever gets to having to be warned by AMSAT
> >about their conduct on the BB or worse still, be faced with
> >suspension/expulsion from the list then shame on you!
> >For the most part we are all responsible adults involved in a fairly
> >expensive hobby (note "hobby") that is both highly technical and to most
> >people, quite complicated. If anyone feels that they can do a better job
> >than anyone on the current Board then by all means file a motion of no
> >confidence and see how many fully paid up members back you.
> >Put up or shut up.
> >That we have even had to come to an Acceptable Use Policy for this board
> >should make certain members/posters question whether they should even be
> >Rant over
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> My Delete key is overheating...tell you anything? Those that do not
> cause rules have nothing to worry about. Those that the rules were
> made for ...well....I have a delete key ;-)
> I am way too busy in my "hobby" to bother with lurkers or
> naysayers. For a clue look at my website. Genuine , respectful
> debate will not be censored.
> 73, Ed - KL7UW, WD2XSH/45
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