RE: Struck a Nerve
Bryan & All,
The product he last posted about was Autocyte slides. I would like to know
this sales person's name as well. Hopefully, he or she will be terminated
on the spot when the full effect of this blatant stupidy becomes apparent
from the Histonet response. If you feel that this is a low class,
counterproductive way to conduct oneself on a forum such as this, please
post something to let this sales person and this company know. If they
attempt to sue us ALL, they will have no customers to sell to...actually, I
have a feeling that their customer base just took a BIG hit already. Moral
of this story...I may not agree with what you are saying, but I'll damn well
defend your right to say it.
From: Bryan Llewellyn [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 9:11 PM
Subject: Re: Struck a Nerve
Why not tell us who the company is and the name of the salesman. Malicious
attempts at censorship like this have to be opposed directly. Sue them for
invasion of privacy!
----- Original Message -----
From: "JOE NOCITO"
To: "HistoNet Server"
Sent: Monday, March 04, 2002 3:19 PM
Subject: Struck a Nerve
> It appears that my last response to the Histonet struck a nerve in a
> vendor. That vendor contacted my employer this morning.
> One of the great things I love about the Histonet is the freedom to
> our opinions, thoughts and experiences openly and honestly. However, how
> open can we be when vendors start calling employers about postings on the
> If that was an attempt to keep me quiet, or not to give my opinions,
> that was a big mistake. I will continue to place my input on the Histonet
> unless I'm otherwise instructed not to, by the administrators of this
> My response was an honest explanation of my experiences. No malice was
> intended. I just reported my experiences in an honest, open manner.
> What kind of a relationship can be built with a vendor if one cannot
> express their experiences openly and honestly? I say not a very good
> As usual, the opinions of this editorial are the sole responsibility
> the author and no way reflects the views of the employer or its
> Thank you
> Joe Nocito, BS, HT (ASCP) QIHC
> Histology Manager
> Pathology Reference Lab
> San Antonio, Texas
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