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Re: rules

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Dennis Golombek (golombek)
Sat, 10 Jul 1999 15:41:28 -0400

Well said. I tell my students that art encompasses everything and since I am by
nature extremely curious. I like to know and hear about a lot of different things
and this was not the first time, and I hope it won't be the last time, that we find
ourselves in a state of divergence( Divergence is located somewhere south of

One reason this list is so beneficial to all of us is because we accept others and
not except them.


gregjuli wrote:

> I agree with Reatha on this one. Chill out --- it's summer vacation and a
> little side trip once in a while won't hurt. Remember our silly conversations
> last summer ( I believe) about shoes , ugly hands and other off the track
> subjects. We shouldn't take ourselves too seriously or it could be the road to
> burn- out. Relax and hit delete if that is what you need to do. Ahhhh summer
> break !!!!!!!!
> MaryB
> RWilk85411 wrote:
> > To those who would set limits on what may be posted and may not be posted.
> > This list belongs to Getty. When they start to make rules about this list, I
> > am willing to listen. Until then----------------------------->Please refrain
> > from attempting to limit our constitutional right to freedom of expression.
> >
> > You know where your delete button is ............... use it.
> >
> > To those of you who enjoy providing interesting little side trips. Keep 'em
> > coming. It's the little side trips that make life more interesting.
> >
> > Reatha

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 Our nation turns its lonely eyes to you.
What's that you say, Mrs. Robinson,
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