[amsat-bb] Re: It's NOT Censorship
rwmcgwier at gmail.com
Sat Jan 16 05:02:02 PST 2010
Actually my view of it is a bit earthier as I am sure most of those who
know will attest, I am a bit of an earthy character. So please allow me
not to disappoint.
All of the BS that is in this forum, the manure which has been ripped of
any of its nutritional value and thus utterly devoid of content and
relevance, spread by the ne'er do wells who have NEVER done a damn thing
for us except give a lousy few hundred dollars (at best) and then toss
Molotov cocktails, will not launch a single bloody thing into space
except my blood pressure.
My attitude is easy to follow. Shut up and do something useful for the
organization. When everything you can do in a positive way has been
exhausted, write up a report/note/letter giving your constructive
criticism and send it to the organization president and then shut up
until you find another positive endeavor to undertake. All that has
happened here with this policy is valuable time and energy from the
VOLUNTEERS who have chosen to take the assault visited upon them hourly
in this medium, which should have been spent looking for viable ways to
launch anything useful into space, has been wasted by having to write
Be glad that I could no longer take it. I would have voted to shut this
mess off and reveled in the silence. Then I would have been assured
that the mindless rot that gets drooled onto the keyboard by the
impending senescence of the monstrously inept that visit here and
blather would at least have none of the feeding that they get by reading
their tripe and congratulating themselves in their continuing delusions
that they have accomplished a thing except hurt the organization.
My very best 73's to all who care enough about AMSAT to actually do
something for it rather than babble from the depths of the depravity
that is surely in most of the ne'er do wells souls.
Life Member and active engineer for AMSAT since I was 21 years old.
On 1/15/2010 3:57 PM, Clint Bradford wrote:
>>> ... but the "guidelines" are so broad as to be meaningless ...
> I see the guidelines as a verbose version of:
> Be a responsible citizen of the planet.
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the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk,
mad to be saved, desirous of everything at
the same time, the ones who never yawn or
say a commonplace thing, but burn, burn, burn
like fabulous yellow roman candles" Kerouac
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