From: Jonathan Robie (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 11 1998 - 16:52:41 EST
At 09:44 AM 11/10/98 EST, GregStffrd@aol.com wrote:
>I did not say he was definitely shutting the thread down. I also stated
>would be posting a summary of the issues, thus implying my intent to post
And Carl said no, because that would only continue the thread.
>As for my last post to Kyle, why do you kep letting other posts through if
>thread is down?
On B-Greek, we do not approve each message manually. The only messages that
we screen are the first two from a new user, or messages from people who
are on probation.
>Am I supposed to just let this material come through with no answer, after
>that has been discussed? I want this to end, but let's at least do it right.
Yes, that's precisely what you are supposed to do, and that's precisely
what each other person is supposed to do, including the list owner (me).
When Carl or Edward says stop, I stop, and I do not attempt to post
summaries or get in the last word on a topic. That's why I apologized to
Carl when I downloaded his "stop this thread" post while uploading a
message I had written on the thread.
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