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Topic: Please remove from list (5 msgs / 84 lines)
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2) From: Mike McGinness
Here we go again... READ DIRECTIONS! (but since you can't just click
below...)
mailto:homeroast-request?subject=unsubscribe
From: 
To: 
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 5:44 PM
Subject: +Please remove from list
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3) From: Lee XOC
Man is this how it is with all public lists, or is there something
about caffeine (or lack thereof) that makes this one more susceptible
to this kind of stuff?
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Lee / San Diego
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4) From: Owen Davies
Lee XOC understandably asked:
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Take it from me.  I've been on a whole lot of lists over the last
eight or ten years.  This is how it is on all of them.  There are
people who couldn't be bothered learning how to wipe their
own a**es if anyone else could be badgered into doing it
for them.  I'm just surpised to have seen only two of them in all
my time on this list.  Must be four or five days already.
Well, maybe I'm exaggerating.  But the only list I belong to
that doesn't have a couple a month is by invitation only and
had only ten members last I looked.
Owen Davies
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5) From: Michael Vanecek
Nope - it's that way with all lists. Classic RTFM case. Some people just 
can't seem to get the simple things like unsubscribing. Strange, though, 
that the much harder task of subscribing and posting a message to the 
list seems to come naturally...
Grin,
Mike
Lee XOC wrote:
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