Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 13:42:03 +0900
At 11:26 PM 99.5.18, Orpheus wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 00:25:01 +0000
> From: The Other Israel <otherisr@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: Other Information <otherisr@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: *ELECTIONS WON, PEACE STRUGGLE NOT YET, briefings 10*
It is not, that I was generally against forwarding messages on
a very broad range of topics to this list.
And I am not asking you to stop that. But I want to ask why
forward texts like this it at all?
The information in this text is of a most general type: you can
find that in any newspaper. Do you think, nobody has heard about
the elections in Israel? Or if someone, who has not heard about
it as yet, and who thus is probably uninterested in politics, will
want to read it on a mailing list? Do you want to start a discussion
on that topic? If so, why forward an uncommented text? Or do you
use an automatic forwarding function on your e-mail program?