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xyberpix at xyberpix.com
Wed Apr 27 00:33:01 BST 2005
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I couldn't resist commenting on this one......
Every now and then, someone f*cks up, and either due to their own will,
or by mistake, becomes a troll (myself included here),
people tend to ignore this.
Yet, every once in a while, someone will reply a few weeks later, and
continue a thread that was forgotten, now do these people by default
become trolls trolling for trolls, or should we all learn to get a
This mail in it's self reiterates the point I was trying to make.
Sorry if I offended anyone, just curious to be honest?
On 26 Apr 2005, at 21:55, Paul Schmehl wrote:
> --On Tuesday, April 26, 2005 01:17:58 PM -0700 Thomas Sutpen
> <sutpen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 4/26/05, Paul Schmehl <pauls at utdallas.edu> wrote:
>>> That makes a great deal of sense. One poster sends stuff you find
>>> offensive, so you want to shut down the entire list?
>> You're being myopic.
>> In some countries, this type of discussion will get you in a lot of
>> hot water. Remember the flap in Fwee Fwance over Yahoo auctioning
>> Nazi paraphernalia, and how the Fwench Gov't was successful in getting
>> Yahoo to block the auctions in the ENTIRE COUNTRY of Fwee Fwance?
>> Think the hosters of full-disclosure won't drop the list like a hot
>> potato under similar pressure?
> Perhaps, but then someone else would pick it up.
> The fact is you can't stop idiots from being idiots, and any attempt
> to do so simply adds to the list of idiots.
> Paul Schmehl (pauls at utdallas.edu)
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