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RE: dirty jokes on the open

  • Subject: RE: dirty jokes on the open
  • From: "Pinterics, Michael W (MED)" <Michael.Pinterics@med.ge.com>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2001 08:44:16 -0500

Mike-

Forum Title = Hosta Open.

Taken from the mainpage of the OWNERS of the Forum...

our mission
The mission of Mallorn Computing is to advance the welfare of the
horticultural community through technological means so that, as an
electronically unified group, they may better serve their customers,
communities, and each other. 
To fulfill this mission, we will: 

 Provide increased communication and dissemination of horticultural
resources; 
Provide online access to horticultural information for both consumers
and professionals on the Internet; 

Give our customers a high quality Internet experience and presence; 

Remain active in the horticultural community through conferences,
literature, University programs, and personal contacts; 

Find and make available computer solutions for the needs of the
horticultural community. 

Mentions Horticulture, not dirty jokes.
  
Mike
Milwaukee

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Derksen [mailto:greenthumb@worldnet.att.net]
Sent: Sunday, July 08, 2001 8:17 AM
To: Hosta Open Digest
Subject: Re: dirty jokes on the open


Well....I had posted when we were going through this stuff with Beth, in
Illinois, and Bob had a snide comment when I posted at that time. I just
assumed he would do the same thing this time....

Also, Everyone, WHY do you keep including all of the dirty jokes when
you
reply to the open? You all say that you don't want them, but you keep
sending the same jokes EVERY TIME you reply. YOU can reply without
including
those jokes! If you don't know how to delete parts of a message when you
reply, please ask and I will tell you how to do it. I am not taking
either
side. If you read farther down in my posting:
<snip>
(Bob,
do you own this open?, if so, you can make the rules) If not, the owners
need to come forward and state what is allowed and what is not. If that
doesn't happen, it is up to Bob to police his computer, and what his
kids
see on his computer, so his kids can't read what is posted on the open.
No
different than not allowing his kids access to porn on the web. What
kids
are allowed to see, or not see, is up to the parents. The parents
control
the computer. They are the adults in the house......if dirty jokes
continue
to be posted, Bob needs to prevent his kids from reading the open.
<snip>

I am just telling Bob it is up to him to control what his kids see. I
don't
have it in for Bob. Most of the people on the open have asked Jim to
quit
sending dirty jokes. If he doesn't, YOU (anyone who has kids) have to
keep
your kids from reading the open. It is as simple as that. What other
steps
are taken to get Jim to quit sending the jokes, is another matter.

I have changed computers since the last time I posted. I can go and get
the
comments that Bob sent, if needed. I save all of the digests. (for those
who
get individual emails it is easy to delete the posts you don't want. If
you
get the digest, it is not so easy.


Mike, if you don't often contribute here, I'm surprised that you "expect
Bob
to have some snide comment since I don't regularly contribute to the
open."
I haven't formed such an impression of Bob, so I'm curious why the
hostility?

Diann


Mike Derksen
Bloomington, MN. USA
USDA Zone 4a; Sunset Zone 43
greenthumb@att.net


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