[Tango-L] Igor Polk is off the list and Nino Bien
ningle_2000 at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 2 09:55:03 EST 2008
When you and Igor joined the list, you agreed to
certain terms and rules. Some folks are real tired of
your little catfights and the too frequent postings. I
know several people who have unsubscribed because of
the juvenile behavior. The List Owner has the right
and the responsibility to impose any retrictions on
the List he wishes. If you don't like it, start your
own list with your own rules.
--- "Chris, UK" <tl2 at chrisjj.com> wrote:
> Forwarded from direct mail:
> *Subject:* Igor Polk is off the list and Nino Bien
> *From:* "Igor Polk" <ipolk at virtuar.com>
> *To:* <ipolk at virtuar.com>
> *CC:* [snip]
> *Date:* Fri, 1 Feb 2008 11:54:48 -0800
> Igor Polk is writing this:
> I have posted recently to Tango-L but I have
> received this message:
> Your mail to 'Tango-L' with the subject
> Nino Bien
> Is being held until the list moderator can review it
> for approval.
> The reason it is being held:
> Post to moderated list
> Shortly speaking, I can not stand it. The list was
> perfectly well without
> any moderation. The moderator ( or "owner" ) has
> refused to publish my
> post "Our list is moderated !!!" which was notifying
> you about the
> situation and my inabilty to "comply with the rules"
> I belive in freedom, and no any moderator can tell
> people what to do and
> refuse communication. I am not able to post messages
> to Tango-L unless the
> moderator apologises.
> So, please if you do not mind, I will ask my
> questions with the direct
> e-mail. I am going to do it with people with whom I
> had meaningful
> conversation in the past and value your opinion. I
> hope you do not mind.
> If not - just tell me.
> This list as you can see is CC - i.e. public.
> Without any restrictions,
> and containes acive members of Tango-L. If there is
> anything like that
> already, I'd be happy to join.
> You can e-mail me back too, and even to the whole
> So, my question is
> "Nino Bien", is it a place where mostly tourists go
> and question 2:
> Who invented "8-count basic" ?
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