Dear John, Roger and all,
Comments about "appealing to the YL's interest" with reference to
shining kitchens, bathroom deoderants and anti-static Cling Free do nothing
for those of us YLs who are interested in contesting (and we ARE reading the
reflectors), and could be construed as condescending. Surely you want to
encourage, not discourage, YL participation. On the other hand, Chili recipes
and food concerns with regard to contest menus would be interesting to see on
the contest reflector ...
Diane, K2DO firstname.lastname@example.org
In a message dated 97-07-04 11:30:25 EDT, you write:
<< From: K2JAS@worldnet.att.net (Roger L. Elowitz)
To: email@example.com (John Brosnahan)
Hi John and all,
I thought that topics that dealt with anti-static Cling-Free went a long
way in appealing to the YL's interest. And, shining aluminum was just as
important in the kitchen as it is on the tower. Now if memory serves...
Easy-Off was mentioned too. I think the only thing we haven't discussed
yet was bathroom deodorants and recipes for CHILLI.
At 01:58 PM 7/3/97 +0000, you wrote:
>At 02:04 PM 7/3/97 +200, you wrote:
>>I suggest a Reflector filter that rejects any message containing the
>I would add "lightening" to the list as well. Seems that over 50% of the
>writers don't know how to spell lightning.
>Although "lightening" used in the context of bleaching your clothes used
>for antenna and tower work should be allowed. Anything that "cleans up"
>the reflector should be permissible. And it might add more YL interest
>if the reflector talked about soap and bleach! One of the few topics
>it doesn't seem to cover. ;-)
>(This product contains no PCBs (Politically Correct Blatherings))
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