help me unsubscribe- OK

Frank Peep fpeep at MICROSOFT.COM
Wed Jul 5 15:47:29 MDT 1995


Well done, Sam. I was a little more vocal when I responded the other day.
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>From: Sam Teel  <sam.teel at SFWMD.GOV>
>To: Multiple recipients of list RUSHTALK  <RUSHTALK at athena.csdco.com>
>Subject: Re: help me unsubscribe- OK
>Date: Wednesday, July 05, 1995 11:31AM
>
>Miles, in his farewell address writes:
>
>>    I can't believe that anyone on the right can actually think that
members of
>> the liberal community are as dumb as you all (maybe not all) would
chalk them
>> up to be.As Dennis says "I taught them the best that the 'left' had to offer
>> (that took 10 seconds)" To me that is sooo rude. This means that millions of
>> intelligent liberals in Dennis's view don't have anything to offer
to a growin
>g
>> boy.
>
>OK, so we missed it.  What liberal points should I teach my child?
>
>> I just don't understand for the life of me why that type of arrogance can
>> even be allowed. But I'm trying to understand it's origins. There are many
>> very intelligent people who subscribe to both conservative or
liberal views on
>> politics, culture and society.
>
>Yes, but intelligent people can be wrong. I believe liberals are wrong.
>
>>    I guess, depending on why we think we're on this planet in the
first place
>> will determine which side of the isle we're on. If it's to help make the
>> country we live in the biggest industrialized leader on the planet then this
>> will probably lead to more politically conservative values. If you
believe tha
>t
>> our purpose here on this globe is to sustain a quality of life unrelated to
>> material goods and money then perhaps an entirely different set of political
>> values will emerge. Then there's everything in the middle.
>
>In the real world there is no quality of life that's unrelated to
material goods
>and money.  I was born a citizen of the United States, not the UN or
any global
>organization.  My concern with quality of life is mostly for US.  Freedom is
>the center of quality of life, without it no amount of food or medical
care will
>make me happy.
>
>>    I challenge all of you to subscribe to a liberal listserver and make an
>> attempt to bridge a gap and bring us closer together. I'm not asking you to
>> agree with them, just understand where they're coming from.
>
>I subscribed to the Demo-L list last year and I was trashed and flamed without
>reservation.  No real points were made, just insults and anger.  I was treated
>with much less kindess than you've recieved here.
>
>>
>>    Anyhow, I can't deal with it any longer. The arrogance (unrelated to
>> conservatism, I think) is too frustrating.
>>    It's been fun though.
>
>Sorry to see you go, but everyone is welcome not to post here.
>
>>    Peace.
>
>Won't happen, I'm sorry to tell you.  12,000 years of recorded history
supports
>this view.  Man is an warlike creature in a natural ecosytem.  He will fight.
>
>> *Could someone please let me know how to unsubscribe. I never got
subscription
>> info for this new server.
>>
>> Miles
>
>I think you send a e-mail to LISTSERV at athena.csdco.com with nothing in
the body
>except UNSUBSCRIBE.
>
>Live long and prosper.
>
>Sam Teel
>



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