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Re: Complain about dirty jokes

  • Subject: Re: Complain about dirty jokes
  • From: Ray W <wie1086@oh.verio.com>
  • Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2001 20:26:19 -0400

Bravo Preston,

a viable solution so Dan and Joanne don't need to police the area. I could
offer another if that doesn't work


Preston Littleton wrote:

> >From what people are saying, complaining on the open and even privately to
> Jim have had no effect.
> Most should be able to develop a message rule to automatically sort Jim's
> messages to the deleted folder BUT why should we have to. Besides, this
> might only work temporarily for reasons I won't go into now.
> The next step that should have an effect in stopping these unwanted,
> unwarranted and possibly illegal messages would be to complain directly to
> his ISP- that is AOL. Go to the following link and fill out the information.
> Under "How would you categorize your message?  " select "Comment about an
> AOL member's use of the Internet". Here's the link:
> http://www.aol.com/info/feedback.html
> Before writing your complaint you may want to check out AOL's Rules of
> Conduct which all AOLers must agree to. Here's a link to them:
> http://www.aol.com/copyright/rules.html
> My post states:
> ShayDguy@aol.com  (Jim Dixon) has been posting inappropriate sexual jokes to
> hostaopen@mallorn.com.  This is an email robin where discussion centers
> around hostas and related horticultural topics. Below is a sample of his
> postings:
> (I have left this part out of my post to this robin!!!)
> Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
> Seaford DE
> zone 7
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