RE: Uncle Bens YOU DON'T HAVE TO READ THIS IF YOU DONT WANT TO
And that's one of the cool things about histonet. You don't have to open or read the stuff you don't want to. It's called freedom of choice, and by the way, that's also one of the benefits of living in this country. Thank you.
"Molinari, Betsy" <BMolinari@heart.thi.tmc.edu>
02/10/2003 01:04 PM
Subject: RE: Uncle Bens
Helloooooooooooo.This Histonet HISTOnet. There are plenty of other forums in
which to voice any and all your opinions.
From: Andrew Partain [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 11:17 AM
To: Roger Moretz; SeonaCherie Hansen; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Uncle Bens
Being a part of this forum shouldn't absolve you from sharing your moral
(not just political) insights. After all, I think being human still takes
priority over working in histology.
After all, it's disingenuous to lay aside reasonable moral objections and
"support the status quo." The ramifications of your statements far outweigh
and belittle any and all histology-related subjects.
Thank you Seona...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roger Moretz [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 7:18 AM
> To: SeonaCherie Hansen; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: A bag of rice
> Regardless of my political leaning, the Histonet is
> _no_ place for this. (And my daughter and son-in-law
> are Mennonites.)
> Roger Moretz, Ph.D.
> Dept of Toxicology
> BI Pharmaceuticals
> Ridgefield, CT
> --- SeonaCherie Hansen <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I would like to share with all of you this story
> > that appeared in our Sunday paper:
> > There is a Mennonite Church in Boulder, Colorado
> > that has started "A bag of rice" movement as an
> > anti-war statement. This is how it works: Place 1/2
> > cup uncooked rice in a zip-lock bag. Wrap it in a
> > piece of paper on which you have written, "If your
> > enemies are hungry, feed them. Romans 12:20. Please
> > send this rice to the people of Iraq; do not attack
> > them."
> > Place the paper and the bag of rice in a padded
> > mailing envelope and address it to President George
> > Bush, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW,
> > Washington, DC 20500. The mailing will cost three 37
> > cent stamps. Organizers hope the White House
> > mailroom will be piled high with hundreds of
> > thousands of bags of rice as a statement from the
> > American people against war with Iraq.
> > SeonaCherie
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