[EVA] Re: Otakon (Rules?)
frumious99 at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 2 15:22:44 EST 2009
I actually do read this mailing list like a forum....not that I consider it one, that's just how I arrange it as I read: I'm sorry if the recent flurry of posting has filled in-boxes; I've said pretty much all I can, have "pleaded my case" and have now run against the brick wall; more would achieve nothing. The fact that Aaron and Gwern are the only two actively posting back at the moment made me forget that a dozen other people are reading silently.
I'll restrict new messages to Eva news or discussion, directly relevant.
"I'm pleased to meet you and I hope you guessed my name, but what's puzzling you, is the nature of my game"
--- On Wed, 12/2/09, John Parr <johnparr119 at gmail.com> wrote:
From: John Parr <johnparr119 at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [EVA] Re: Otakon (Rules?)
To: "The english-language evangelion mailing list." <evangelion at eva.onegeek.org>
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2009, 6:51 PM
We know you're the King of the Eva Internets elsewhere, but EBJ is just
being straight with you. And you're unfamiliar with these rules (which DID
in fact used to be set upon subscription) that's not our problem. As EBJ
said, there's not need for anyone to get banned, but if you're going to keep
sending emails like this to MY inbox, I'll be the first one to send an email
You seem like you have your head on straight.
Stop acting erractically.
Because right now, you're making all of V's accusations look accurate.
You're not doing yourself any favors insulting other members of the forum
who are simply asking you take your slap fight somewhere else.
On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Aaron Clark <aaronc1 at umbc.edu> wrote:
> > I'm sorry, I guess they don't get sent upon subscription anymore, but
> > there have been rules on this list since its inception. You can probably
> > find them in the archives.
> Do you expect anyone to dig through archives in the hopes that there are
> established rules? Besides, the archives are all fucked up. They go back
> to 1980, before Evangelion or Gainax even existed.
> Don't cite non-existent rules. It's not going to accomplish anything.
> Not now, not ever. If you're going to hold people to some behavioral
> framework, then they need to be aware of what that is.
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