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Subject: Re: Threats are a violation of the law / not just etiquette !
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Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 16:56:19 GMT
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Personal attacks over trivial issues would be considered a more serious
violation of not only etiquette but also ethics, even laws.
Making a threat to kill someone even in talking is a violation of the law in
Putting it in writing is an even more serious violation.
Inciting other people by talking (verbally) would be an even more serious
Inciting other people in writing would be the most serious violation of this
So, what were we talking about to start with -- Netiquette ???
We might need a lesson in civics and government before understanding more
complex issues like etiquette.
< All we need is the people to prosecute the matter if serious enough.>
"Michael A. Terrell" wrote in message
> amdx wrote:
> > I'm tired of scrolling down, moving on to new topics.
> > I don't know why I should have to look at the same
> > original post twenty times.
> > Bottom posting is silly.
> > It might be useful to those without a short term memory!
> > Mike
> Well, if using Usenet properly is so much trouble you should unplug
> the computer and go lay back on the couch and grow more sprouts. Even
> better, give away the computer and take up basket weaving. You might be
> able to work up to that level, with enough help.
> Michael A. Terrell
> Central Florida
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