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Re: Destruction of hopsta-open?


Daniel Nelson wrote:
> 
> Destruction of hosta-open?
> 
> Can't see it happening.
****************
>Dan and all
The list that is likely to be distroyed, as has already taken place
once, it the AHS robin.  If you want to worry about a list, choose that
one.  After a long silence on that robin, I reciently started to
participate there again, only to see the Secret robin police again
activate.  For a moment try to forger the reasons, (if there really are
any)  and concentrate on the horror, of having a "Secret" group always
monitering what is posted.  They carry awsome power, and are permitted,
nay mandated to act with out allowing evidence to be presented, or
publically justifying any action they may take ,  And they do all this
with the full knowledge of the AHS. 
Ran Lydell
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