On Fri, 2 Mar 2001 email@example.com wrote:
--]I'd be more in favor of it if (a) saying no didn't mean giving up the
--]email address you've been using for several years; and (b) the
--]customers knew what they were getting into, instead of being suckered
--]into it by a provision buried in a document they probably never read.
ALso, very important for my mind, even though ill probably never use juno
and have gotten the wife off the damn thing, is FUll Disclosure on what
projects i could be working on and the ability to not.
For instance....If I were told I was wokring on a comlex animation for an
aids research firm, a new animaed movie for a philip morris ad compagin,
and helpig the fbi crack suspected hackers encrypted email.....i want to
say yes for 1 and hell no for 2 and 3.
With out this right......its cotton picking time yall.
Yessa massa you give me free intrabnet serbice, but whys i have to picks
your crops and gives you dem nasty his colonics?
ebambozzeld har har har
/"\ [---=== WSMF ----http://wsmf.org---===---]
X ASCII Ribbon Campaign
/ \ Against HTML Mail
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Fri Apr 27 2001 - 23:13:21 PDT