Re: Don't Forget Peter Jennings'... Flaw

In article , TELECOM Digest Editor noted n response to Joseph :

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: This Digest does not exist to serve as > a mouthpiece for CDT or for that matter, _any of Usenet_.

I'd be happy to issue a rmgroup for you if that's really how you feel. Frankly, there's been so little of any interest (or indeed relevance to telecom) in this newsgroup in so long, I really wouldn't miss it.

Usenet is so nineteen-sixtyish it is not funny.

BZZZZZT! Wrong, but thanks for playing. Usenet was invented in

1979. [Second Amendment screed deleted as irrelevant.]

Garrett A. Wollman | As the Constitution endures, persons in every | generation can invoke its principles in their own Opinions not those | search for greater freedom. of MIT or CSAIL. | - A. Kennedy, Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U.S. 558 (2003)

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: 1979? Really? I thought Al Gore invented it in 1994 when he invented the web. I find it interesting that you only challenged the year (1979 versus 1960-ish) and not my main point about many of the people who hang out a lot on Usenet. Please accept my correction -- my typographical error -- go back and read my thoughts again, using 1979-ish instead of 1960-ish won't you please? See if you can pick me apart again doing it that way. Thank you! PAT]
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