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Date: Thu, 19 May 1994 19:24:36 -0700
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Subject: Re: Income Opportunities from Investment Banker - Interested?
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In-Reply-To: <199405192027.NAA15160@netcom.com> from "Jim Thomas" at May 19,
94 06:35:33 pm
> There are laws against harassment, Carol, and spamming is arguably
> It is also possible to show damages when folks are charged by the time
> on the system. Not all systems have killfile capacity.
> I agree that legal action is inappropriate, but for persistant spammers,
> a few hundred separate suits might get their attention.
Glad to catch you in a pedantic mood, Jim. Just the other day I was
wondering what "spamming" was. Pretty soon I won't even have to post my
words questions here; I'll just wait for one of you to sense the wrinkle
as it passes across the Group Over-Forehead.
But hey, speaking of "unclear on the concept," I was questioning Mr.
Kolaks' judgment in spraying his threat all over the same mailboxes that
were polluted by the original post, not the legal advisability of a
But now you've got me interested. So can <I> sue <him> now? For
harrassing me in the course of harrassing the guy who harrasssed him?