RE: non-histology topics
|From:||Karen Larison <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
I thanked Lorraine for voicing her opinion. I'd been sick for 2
days, and came back too this nightmare of duplicate messages and
non-histo messages. This shouldn't happen.
Sure, a little non-histo patter doesn't hurt, but couldn't it wait
until the problem of duplicate and triplicate messages had been
resolved? Forgive me for being such a curmudgeon, but I think this
comes under the umbrella of common courtesy.
Karen in Oregon
>Lorraine and Jennifer:
>I respectfully disagree. I think that the Histonet is more than just a
>technical site. I feel at times like many of these familiar names are
>friends. And like with a friend, sometimes a light comment can brighten an
>over-worked and underpaid day. I enjoy the non-histolgy comments and deeply
>value the technical ones. I don't see why the two cannot co-exist.
>Just my opinion.
>Jeanine Bartlett, HT(ASCP)
>Centers for Disease Control
>Infectious Disease Pathology Activity
>Atlanta, GA 30333
>From: Lorraine Gibbs [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 12:11 PM
>Subject: non-histology topics
>Hi to all-
>I absolutely agree with Jennifer Philopena's comments on non-histology
>topics (twats, Fawlty Towers). These subjects do not belong on a discussion
>board for histology. It really undermines the credibility of Histonet.
>Please find another discussion board for these subjects-lockerroom.net?
>Jen did not need to pre-apologize.
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