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psychoceramics: Re: psychoceramics-digest V1 #337
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- Subject: psychoceramics: Re: psychoceramics-digest V1 #337
- From: Bruce Ediger <bediger @ csn.net>
- Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 13:25:48 -0600 (MDT)
- In-Reply-To: <199709091537.PAA--@z--.zikzak.net>
- Sender: owner-psychoceramics
Two short notes:
"Johannes Scmidt" <r--@h--.com> forwards us a typically
frantic broadside from John DiNardo.
I first read usenet in 1989 on "nyx" before it even had a domain name.
It was a PDP-11 back then, running 2.9BSD. John DiNardo was a widely
despised usenet pest even then. I believe he was doing what would now
be called "spamming" of alt.conspiracy with almost exactly the same
gibberish he puts out today. His email address had "att" in it. I
believe he was disciplined by AT&T for his spamming.
s--@s--.ucsd.edu (Steve Lamont) writes:
> There's no question that the Royals themselves are somewhat in
> disfavor, given their continuing antics, but the concept of a monarchy
> (no matter how archaic and ill advised) still retains favor.
Don't you mean "favour" and "disfavour"? They are British, after all.