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Susan Correll SusanCorrell at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Fri Jan 21 16:05:53 MST 2000


oops, sorry for the erroneous info

Sue  ;o}

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> From: John Nebel <nebel at athena.csdco.com>
> To: RUSHTALK at hermes.csd.net
> Subject: Re: Subscribe
> Date: Friday, January 21, 2000 9:56 AM
>
> Athena does have alias entries to foward things to Hermes, but you are
> right, it is better to go direct to Hermes.
>
> Athena was upgraded to an Alphaserver and to minimize the possible
damage,
> listserv was moved before that was done.
>
> http://www.bisi.com/Products/ is a picture.  Hermes is the first large
> machine, Athena is now in the bottom of the second blue enclosure.
>
> John Nebel
>
> On Thu, 20 Jan 2000, Daniel Bobke wrote:
>
> > Major correction here...athena.csdco.com is no longer providing list
> > services.  The address should be changed to hermes.csd.net...
> >
> > --
> > Dan Bobke
> >
> > "Truth to a liberal is like Kryptonite to Superman."
> > --Larry Elder
> >
> > "Giving money and power to government is like giving whiskey and car
> > keys to teen-age boys."
> > --P.J. O'Rourke
> >
> > "Only a virtuous people are capable of Freedom.  As a nation
> > becomes corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters."
> > --Benjamin Franklin
> >
> > "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little
temporary
> > safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
> > --Benjamin Franklin, November 11, 1755
> >
> >
> >
> > Susan Correll wrote:
> >
> >          RUSHTALK FAQ
> >          REV 1.3
> >          5/29/99
> >        >
> >        >   Welcome to RUSHTALK.
> >        >   RUSHTALK is a free* listserv service for the discussion
> >       of current
> >        >   events and happenings.  While RUSHTALK does tend to have
> >       a
> >       "conservative"
> >        >   bent, liberals are always welcome.
> >        >
> >        >   To contribute to RUSHTALK, send a mail message to
> >        >
> >        >      rushtalk at athena.csdco.com
> >        >
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> >       subscribers on
> >        >   the list.
> >        >
> >        >   Frequently asked questions (and answers) by catagory:
> >        >
> >        >   1)  How do I unsubscribe?
> >        >   2)  How do set my subscription for digests?
> >        >   3)  Who is the listowner/moderator?
> >        >   4)  Acceptable Use/Content policies
> >        >
> >        >   --
> >        >   1)  How do I unsubscribe?
> >        >
> >        >   To unsubscribe from RUSHTALK, send a mail message to:
> >        >
> >        >      listserv at athena.csdco.com
> >        >
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> >       ignored) containing
> >        >   the words:
> >        >
> >        >      signoff rushtalk
> >        >
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> >       of RUSHTALK.
> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   2)  How do set my subscription for digests?
> >        >
> >        >   Digesting is an option on most listserv software that
> >       consolidates the
> >        >   mail from the list into one large mail message.  If you
> >       find that
> >        >   receiving a number of messages throughout the day is
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> >        >   find that the digest option is more to your liking.
> >        >
> >        >   To set digests for RUSHTALK, send a mail message to:
> >        >
> >        >      listserv at athena.csdco.com
> >        >
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> >        >   the words:
> >        >
> >        >      set rushtalk digests
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> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   3)  Who is the listowner/moderator?
> >        >
> >        >   The listowner and moderator for RUSHTALK is John B.
> >       Hammes.  He can
> >        >   be contacted at economic at effingham.net.  Please feel
> >       free to send any
> >        >   questions, comments or problems to the moderator.
> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   4)  Acceptable Use/Content policies
> >        >
> >        >   RUSHTALK is for the discussion of current events and
> >       topics in the
> >       United
> >        >   States of America.  We do welcome the views of others
> >       from around the
> >        >   world, however.
> >        >
> >        >   Reposting articles, documents, etc., from other sources
> >       is strongly
> >        >   discouraged on RUSHTALK. RUSHTALK is a discussion group,
> >       not a
> >       reposting
> >        >   group.  If you'd like to cite a web address for
> >       subscribers to go to
> >        >   read an interesting or relevant article or posting
> >       somewhere, that's
> >       not
> >        >   a problem.  Even quoting short excerpts from an article
> >       is acceptable,
> >        >   but once again, posting the entire article is not
> >       allowed.
> >        >
> >        >   If a thread of conversation strays too much from the
> >       groups topic I
> >        >   will usually wait to see if it dies out by itself.  If
> >       not, I will
> >        >   post a friendly "this discussion doesn't belong here"
> >       message.  A good
> >        >   example of what is and what is not on topic:
> >        >
> >        >     Discussions of Armenia and it's relations to the USA
> >       are allowed,
> >        >     especially if Armenia is in the news of late.
> >       Explanations of
> >        >     historical events, and how they pertain to recent
> >       events, are
> >        >     certainly welcome.  However, arguments about certain
> >       aspects of
> >        >     Armenia's past are off-topic.
> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   *RUSHTALK is *not* a forum for advertising; advertising
> >       is not
> >       allowed.
> >        >
> >        >   Let me repeat that: ADVERTISING IS NOT ALLOWED.
> >       Advertising on this
> >        >   list will result in a formal complaint to your system
> >       administrators.
> >        >   If you make the sad mistake of posting from a school, I
> >       will be
> >       calling
> >        >   your administration to see if they allow their computing
> >       resources
> >        >   to be used in this way.
> >        >
> >        >   Advertising is defined, for our purposes, as any
> >       announcement or
> >        >   statement for a group, cause, or business that is
> >       unrelated to
> >        >   a current topic being discussed on the RUSHTALK list or
> >       would not
> >        >   fall under the general heading of "Discussion of Current
> >       Events".
> >        >   If you are not sure where your message would fall,
> >       please feel free
> >        >   to send a copy to the moderator (economic at effingham.net)
> >       for a review
> >        >   before posting it to RUSHTALK.  I will be happy to
> >       review it for you.
> >        >
> >        >   I reserve the right to decide just what is and what is
> >       not an
> >        >   advertisement - 99.999% of violators will simply receive
> >       a polite
> >       "Please
> >        >   don't do that" message from me.
> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   The moderator reserves the right to unsubscribe anyone,
> >       at any time,
> >        >   for any reason.  I haven't had to do this more than
> >       twice in over
> >        >   two years, so please don't think I'm pretending to be
> >       king.  I know
> >        >   better.  If you feel that my moderation is not
> >       satisfactory, you have
> >        >   the right as a list subscriber to call a vote on
> >       installing a new
> >        >   moderator.  The votes will be tallied by an agreed-upon
> >       third party
> >        >   and announced to the list.  The only stipulation to this
> >       is that you
> >        >   must name who the new moderator would be - you can't
> >       simply say "I
> >        >   don't want the current moderator".
> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   Abusive language and generally hostile posts are highly
> >       discouraged -
> >        >   a good yardstick for this is "If you would be
> >       uncomfortable saying it
> >        >   in front of your mother, it would be wise to refrain
> >       from it on
> >        >   RUSHTALK".  That's not to say that some of the
> >       discussions don't
> >        >   get heated or volatile - they do - but please keep ad
> >       hominem
> >       statements
> >        >   and foul language to a minimum.
> >        >
> >        >
> >        >   Once again, welcome to RUSHTALK.  We're glad to have you
> >       with us, and
> >        >   we hope you'll find our discussions interesting and
> >       enlightening.
> >        >
> >        >   I wish to thank cdsco.com and, especially, John Nebel
> >       for allowing
> >        >   RUSHTALK to be hosted on athena.csdco.com.
> >        >
> >        >   John B Hammes
> >        >   economic at effingham.net
> >        >  5/29/99
> >        >   --
> >
> >       ----------
> >       > From: Jose Rojas <jrojas at MINDSPRING.COM>
> >       > To: RUSHTALK at hermes.csd.net
> >       > Subject: Subscribe
> >       > Date: Thursday, January 20, 2000 2:13 PM
> >       >
> >       > Whats the email address and command to subscribe to
> >       rushtalk?
> >       >
> >       > Jose
> >       >
> >       > * I lost my welcome letter last hard drive crash.
> >       >
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> >
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