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Re: [socialnetwork-279] MESSAGES

From: Terry
Sent on: Thursday, December 6, 2007 9:56 AM
Hello all,
 
I am sending ALL of you this because as your Organizer it is sorta my job.
 
Here's the deal. If you look up at the "TO" field in your email client, you'll see the email address [address removed]. If you respond to an email whith that address listed, you will more than likely email all 200+ members of our merry little band, not counting those who have figured out how to put themselves on digest mode OR have opted to not get messages at all except for from the organizer, me.
 
If you would like to ever contact a member of the group directly, be it for really awsome cookie dough, setting up play date s with the kids, grabbing a couple of drinks, having a workout over at the LA Fitness on Sherman or decent book reccomendations, then you can just sorta scroll through the member list, find your buddy or potential buddy and then click on that little envelope and email the straight away.
 
Both of these are generally acceptable by all members especially those of us who have been coming to meetups more or less regularly and know no one who schills cookie dough could possibly fit the profile of an interweb terrorist.
 
OR
 
You could email me directly, using whatever font strikes your fancy like an Arial, Verdana or even a Trebuchet and you cna use a variety of colors like Cubby Blue of Corvette Red and request that I pass on some information or handle a problem.
 
If you choose to email me directly to notify me of what you may think of as a problem, make sure you use MY email address. It's [address removed].
I am easy to find. Ask anyone. They know me. Even the woman who was the supermarket girl in Home Alone knows me.
 
Make sure you don't email [address removed] bvecause if you do, you will be just as guilty of setting of crazy email chains as the cookie dough terrorists were. In the past 19 hours, the terrorists have sent no email but 2 well meaning posters who don't really want to be spammed have...well..spammed the group in return.
 
So then as a favor to that annoyed guy yesterday, Bat (and that awesome red text) and anyone else thinking ask asking you guys to NOT do this stuff, please follow my instructions and be cool.
 
Now lets all stay warm (while being cool) and make with the Jolly!
 
Oh and lets get ready to sing next week too!
 
Terry

On Dec 6,[masked]:27 AM, Bat <[address removed]> wrote:
GOOD MORNING,
 
PLS FORWARD TO ALL YOUR MEETING MEMBERS A NOTE HOW TO OPERATE THE SYSTEM
IT IS ENOUGH RECEIVING ALL THOSE E-MAILS ON A DAILY BASIS AND MANY TIMES A DAY.
 
MANY THANKS AND HAVE A GOOD DAY,




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