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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000790.txt from 2000/04

From: Kenneth Wolman <kwolman@-----.com>
Subj: Re: [kl] Webmaster vs. Moderator/Owner
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 07:51:35 -0400

At 11:09 PM 4/18/00 -0400, you wrote:

>There currently are no "banned" people on the list; I've never had to
>exercise any sort of control, and would not do so without a majority of this
>list asking that such an action be taken. Since the person in question today
>wanted to leave the list, I felt it my obligation to lend them a hand ...

When I was on Opera-L, the owner used to ban people all the time. Passions
ran high. If you think clarinetists are bad, you oughta see
opera-lovers. *I* got banned for awhile until I learned how to control my
manic tongue, other people got banned, people used to send poison pen notes
back and forth privately using--what else?--AOL logins.

The one time I think I took off after someone here, David Hattner, I was a
bit nasty but I DON'T think I descended to the level of outright filthy
language. If I had, I suspect Mark would would have admonished me.

Mark in fact (stroke time, Mr. Charette!:-) is a rather relaxed
site-owner. He hosts my mostly poetry site on Sneezy. Apparently he got a
note from SOMEONE about the language in some of the poems, which he
considered inappropriate. Hey, I write 'em as I see 'em. In any case,
Mark told the guy something that got rid of him, I'm not sure what. That's
why I threw in the "disclaimer" on the main page before the poem titles
begin appearing.

Why the #)*$# is it necessary for us to resort to retorts here on the level
of "Yo' mama"? That's the name of the famous Soul Cellist. Stuff like
that really doesn't belong on a list dedicated to making music.

Ken <on his high horse, or behind it>

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Kenneth Wolman http://www.rio-cardoner.com
"i had not really expected to find any of the art world populated with
ex-murderers fascists green berets and now i know that you can find
anything in the art world and they can even become prophets' -- David
Antin, "Tuning"

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