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Re: Chatting on Net

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Kirby McDowell (kirby140)
Fri, 3 Apr 1998 16:52:55 -0500

What happened to the days when people took pride in writing letters with
correct spellings (especially of people's names).
Now when someone like me tries to help, by offering to give
you the correct spelling you all get "pissed off". We as
teachers need to set the (role) model and look up spelling before
we post it and further embarrass ourselves. Sorry all, but the
truth hurts. Grow up and be a "real" teacher. Not an incompetent
one, like we all read about in the mass media "hoopla". Good
luck, it sounded like a good lesson. I hope you have a strong
Alberto Giacometti was that artist.

On Fri, 03 Apr 1998 11:16:25 PST "freckles spots"
<freckles_spot> writes:
>Don't let the few bad apples spoil it for the rest of us. You have
>wonderful ideas to share and I enjoy reading everyone of your posts.
>Please don't stop posting to the group. It is not fair to those of us
>who have saved and used your information.
>Oklahoma, where the wind is blowing the blossoms off the trees..
>----Original Message Follows----
>Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 10:05:13 -0500
>From: John & Sandra Barrick <astroboy>
>Reply-To: astroboy
>To: "" <>
>Subject: Chatting on Net
>I guess I have not understood what this group was for. As I have once
>again P.O.'d people off. Granted it is still just a handful but since
>they have no room or patience with people other than themselves I'll
>try to take their advice and only respond personnaly to the senders
>not the group. I admit I've posted to the group when I've been in
>communication with a person at a school.Also if I think something
>be of use I post. Not anymore. I will try to only respond to the
>asking the question.i.e.I posted last night a ? about a project that I
>have lost the name of the person who sent it in. Please send the
>to me. I think it was Giocometti,it was a G,and it was about
>Pipecleaners dipped in plaster.
>What I don't get is why they open the lettters if they see my name.
>If they are on the digest and you see my name go past it.
>I think i'm doing pretty good with this computer thing since I don't
>know how to type and never touched a computer until about 6 weeks ago.
>Sorry I am from an age where we didn't have computers in school not
>in college.
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