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Re: I'm not beaming anybody up *****the Horro

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carla schiller (
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 22:47:19 -0700 (PDT)

Hey, John and Sandra!! I don't agree with the juvenile language, poor
spelling and grammar, and especially the disrespect, either. But why are
you dumping on Trekkies!?! I'm a Trekkie and proud of it.
--Carla "Live long and prosper" Schiller, Esq.
Teacher, Highly Gifted Magnet
North Hollywood High School, CA
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On Tue, 21 Apr 1998, John & Sandra Barrick wrote:

> Kirby wrote:
> Letter 1-
> beam me up scotty....there are no intelligent life forms here !
> Letter 2-
> OK, I choose to delete you....good bye !
> Letter 3-
> I thought this was America..and ya know we go that freedom
> of speech thing or something..right?
> Elwood P. Dowd wrote:
> Yep just another overrated artist bites the dust...Kirby when you right
> you are so
> right my friend. Shoot me your phone # / address so we can communicate
> on that one.
> Another kindred spirit out there (not afraid to speak up).. power up !
> And Bob Carl he just sent the letter I wrote 2 days ago back 3
> times.Without comment.
> Is there a purpose?
> Since you boys want each other than you can have each other.
> Kirby I never received any answers-so I presume after you've twiddled
> your thumbs(4 That is) over this a few days you must not be qualified
> with any teaching experiences or Lesson plans etc.
> your also the N*U*M*B*NU*T* who criticized everyone about spelling.
> I seem to recall a few letters with spelling errors from you. Let's not
> forget calling southerners- southers.
> My husband did get a laugh though- he was amused you went through all
> those posts instead of sending one post with your one-liners. I guess
> they wouldn't be one-liners then would they.
> Since you refer to "Shatner's Line" I can only assume that is your
> reality. Perhaps a trekkie convention would be more to your suiting.