Isn't it interesting that AOL defends someone against receiving
"...complaints from AOL's member base" when that individual sees nothing
wrong with posting R-rated links on Tower talk?|
Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2004 18:39:03 -0600 (CST)
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You, kind sir, have missed then entire point of the Tower Talk
reflector. Providing links to R (some would say X) rated sites is not the
purpose of the reflector. Interestingly, I would opine that you and
others seem to need to "take a breath/get a life/...ad nasueum with the
colloquiliasms", given the multitude of replies to the effect that nothing
was done wrong. Perhaps some people's standards are a tad higher than
others. There is a time and place, my friend....this ain't it.
At 05:20 PM 2/22/2004, you wrote:
In a message dated 2/22/2004 5:24:30 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Excuse me, but since when is it OK to post R-rated stuff (even a link) on
I'll pass on the personal insults.
Joe, Bill didn't post anything R rated, only a link which he said was R
rated. No photo was posted.
Time to take a deep breath.
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