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Re: Sal, you DON'T need help
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Linda Kelty
Mon, 12 Jul 1999 09:49:57 -0400
BRAVO MARSHA!! Well said and thought out. We could spend more time
discussing it that deleting what we're not interested in. Personally, I
enjoy your uncle's tidbits and have shared them through our family
listserve. There have been topics I wasn't interested in following. When I
realized it, I just deleted them. I do think that as each of us respond to
something on this list we should refrain from the very unprofessional put
downs and accusations. If we used those communication techniques in our
classrooms we'd be poor models for our students and possibly targeted by our
administrators. I think we should at least practice courtesy on this list
and consider the affect of personal remarks. Are we attempting to be
positive or inflammatory. If not sure, stow your comments in your draft
folder and re-think it. Thanks. Linda K.
Date: Monday, July 12, 1999 1:13 AM
Subject: Re: Sal, you DON'T need help
>Hold on, everybody. As the guilty culprit, let me step in as peacemaker.
> I enjoy some of the side-humor we get on Listserve. Everybody is decent
>never offensive and I appreciate your professionalism.
>I have decided to send my "Uncle's" tidbits to those who enjoy them,
>personally. It is not a problem for me. Most of it is very inspiring and
>some people enjoy a change of venue once in a while.
> Sal, my apologies. To all, I appreciate the encouragement.
> Let's not draw lines here in my defense at the expense of a trite issue.
>Some of us have been onboard for years and we kinda "know" each other as
>cyber-friends. You are a lifeline to me, in my professional life. So,
>just drop the touchiness and ~smile~ ;) and all accept each other for our
>preferences. Variety is what makes this List interesting and challenging.
>Love ya all!