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Re: Malcontent Directory


    Don't forget us.  We never joined the hosta rbin cus we heard so much
negative feedback from it so we were never invited to the new phoenix robin
but we hate to be left out.  I have been thinking of getting a tattoo for
sometime but I couldn't decide if it should be a hosta or a tiger.

Paula & Tim (hostalady)

At 10:45 PM 12/08/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>Hosta-open Malcontents All,
>I think Clyde's suggestion for a website and a Directory is an excellent
>idea. We certainly are a large and growing number!
>We must remember that Clyde is a Charter member of such a group,  since
>he was the first to be eternally separated because he repeated the whole
>text of someone's message,
>not knowing that it was a new rule instituted by the AHS Majordomo.
>Bill Nash was the second ejected forever for using the "plagiarism"
>word...another new rule of Carolyn's. He was permently kicked off
>without a warning...which represented a fracture of the rules by the
>Preston Littleton's departure for 30 days was next as were a few I did
>not learn about until just recently.
>My departure for questioning the reasons for having received a warning
>represents another 30 day suspension which evolved into an eternal
>suspension. I was accused of constantly holding up one certain person to
>public ridicule and contempt because he held views which differed from
>mine. I was never told who this person was...I think it must have been
>Jim Wilkins who was the author of the policies of IAC and Preferred
>Growers Program I was discussing, claiming they failed the social
>soundness analysis test... (AHS members didn't want it).
>Now that more recent members of the former AHS sponsored Robin have
>departed  (many at their own discretion), there are a growing number of
>"Malcontents" who are proud to bear that meritorious label. A Directory
>would be a positive tool so that the appalled intelligentia can be
>distinguished from the dumbed down, brained washed Contented Sheep
>following their leader to a certain ill-defined.future. I feel sorry for
>them for having been duped and deceived. But each is responsible for his
>own destiny.
>So I say to Clyde, let's have a Directory of Malcontents,but let's keep
>it cheap...not like the AHS Directory with its huge pricetag.
>Jim Hawes
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