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Subject: Re: Absolutely Bruce's place to delete Fernando's post. NOT

Author: Bruce Moreland

Date: 20:05:30 07/23/99

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On July 23, 1999 at 17:18:26, José de Jesús García Ruvalcaba wrote:

>On July 23, 1999 at 04:28:50, Bruce Moreland wrote:
>>When I saw Fernando's post it was immediately obvious that if I left it, the
>>next morning there would be at least one email from a member complaining about
>>the post.  The complaint would suggest that that kind of post didn't belong in
>>the group.  It would ask that the post be deleted.  It would express confusion
>>as to why anyone would think that such a post belonged here.  And this person
>>might reply to the post, expressing similar sentiments in the group, etc.
>>I don't think that it is too strict to say that CCC shouldn't become the dirty
>>joke forum, is it?
>	Personally I think it was a poor decision to delete the post. Please note that
>I do not say that it was wrong to delete the post, I do not think I can tell
>people what is wrong or right. But if that post was really inappropiate, then a
>lot of people would have complained using the moderator e-mail form, and of
>course Fernando would have read them and perhaps agree to delete it, after
>reading the reactions of CCC members in those e-mails.
>	By the way, I do not mind dirty jokes. In fact, for me the dirtier the better.
>But I realize that this is not the place to post them. Unfortunately, the
>Spanish version of the joke was also deleted before I could read it. All this
>scandal about it just feeds my curiosity. If somebody saved it (and/or the
>English version) I would appreciate to receive them in my Inbox.

Best place to get it is Fernando.  I have it, and I wouldn't have any problem
with sending it to you, but I don't know how he feels about that, and once
something has been deleted I don't feel good about distributing it.


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