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MARK LAWSON <[log in to unmask]>
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UVM Flownet <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 27 Apr 1999 19:16:24 EDT
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>[log in to unmask] writes:
>Do me a kind favor...
>Stop posting unrelated topics to flownet.
>-Thanks!

Hey THF2,
I can neither *do* or *stop*, besides..... I am, therefore I post. :-)
.....  and since I'm trying to be nice this month, let me take the time
to say that isn't it all related?  We like that some piezoelectricians
try to put a human face on the work we do, that is the kind favor we
*can* do, sorry it doesn't meet with your approval.    Is it only bakers
cyst, salary surveys, job listings and reverse flow that is allowed by
you?  I too am sometimes overloaded with the "forwarded joke of the day"
but I know how to scroll and delete.  Try it, it works wonders, sort of
like not answering the door or the phone sometimes.  Pax vobiscum.

And in conclusion, the University of Vermont (flownet) has a strong
tradition of encouraging the free exchange of ideas that goes way back,
and those of us that use the piezoelectricity have diversified lives that
include clinical, personal and political connections.  If it's not in the
Flownet mission statement, the continued alround growth of
piezoelectricians should be our common goal, not to mention the
expression of good will on important dates (like Earth Day), so with a
smile I say back off bucko, you'll find no quarter here.

Lawson
Texas

"Life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles,
with sniffles predominating."        -- O. Henry


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