Re: No more sweethearts

Mr. E (jackechs@EROLS.COM)
Fri, 16 Feb 1996 15:40:18 -0500

I was gonna be a good boy ... really I was ... but gosh darns it eyes canst
takes-it anymorz!

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taking the Mr. E .... out of email.

At 01:42 PM 02/16/96 -0500, Ruby Rohrlich wrote:
>This was not addressed to you, but to a woman who sent me two messages
>about my use of the word "sweetheart," not to her, but to Mike Salavesh,
>trying to convince me it was sexist on my part to use the term,
>regardless of her scant knowledge of me and of my friendly relationship
>to Mike. My message was attached to her message and I don't know how it
>got sent to the list. I don't remember her full name, something like
>Laurie. Ruby Rohrlich
>On Fri, 16 Feb 1996, hjmartin wrote:
>> >I suspect that your second message merely reveals your antagonism to me,
>> >and your wish to be considered one of the boys. Good luck to you in your
>> >endeavors. Ruby Rohrlich
>> >
>> Uh-oh.
>> Danger ahead.
>> Falling rocks.
>> No more, ok?
>> All of you, stop it.
>> Please?
>> Thanks.
>> ------------------------------------
>> How about a thread on the (un)importance of fieldwork in contemporary anthro?
>> Regards,
>> JMartin
thank you for your time and space ... respectfully submitted,

Anthony Dean Dauer

"We have met the enemy, and he is us." Walt Kelly (1913-1973), Pogo

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