Off topic! (Was: Re: religious propaganda)
hzo at gmx.de
Mon May 3 14:57:23 UTC 2004
Please move that fight from now on to email.
We have seen these battles come and go often enough.
BTW: it is my understanding that tag lines are free speech at least in
the Land of the Free. Other countries may have different regulations.
As long as tag lines don't use abusive language or are excessively long
everybody from this mailing list should be allowed to use that tag line he/she
prefers. If somebody disagrees with the meaning of a tag line simply
stop reading it.
On Mon, 3 May 2004, Mario Lang wrote:
> Jim Stevenson <jims at eos.arc.nasa.gov> writes:
> > Is there any way we can get the religious threats of hell tag lines
> > off this list?
> Sure, configure your mail client to strip them approrpiate, dimwit.
> (Hint: Gnus calls this concept a "Banner", just define an appropriate
> I thought it was rather obvious that a persons signature is
> something personal. As long as it isn't overly long, I guess
> it can be as offensive to whomever as the original author wants it to be.
> You know, there is a concept around called Free Speech, I hope
> you've heard of that somewhere already.
> P.S.: I am not a religious person myself, in fact, I'd even go as far
> as saying that God-believers waste their time and brain with a
> non-existing thing, but I'd never go as far as trying to shut them up.
> Free speech is a fundemanetal concept after all.
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