[rp-ml] Who's left on rpml?

From: John M. Irvin <jirvin_at_necoinc.com>
Date: Mon Apr 26 2004 - 16:38:53 EEST

Even though this will not get to the ex-rpml'ers. I wonder how much spam
they have eliminated by removing themselves from this valuable list. I think
that even though spam is an unfortunate result of being on the net, the rpml
list is a valuable resource of good minds, when trying to solve a problems.
The only way to eliminate spam these days is to get off the net, but then
you have the no call list for your fax, home phone, cell phone, along with
all of the spam we have been experiencing since TV and radio started
advertising to make money. I guess people would complain more in about 2 wks
about all of the advertising during the final episodes of Friends or Frazier
if the change channel button said delete.
I think that there is a business opportunity here, if someone would make a
key that said change channel rather than delete. I would not hurt so much to
get rid of spam. Thanks to the folks out there.

John Irvin
Neco Incorporated
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Denver, Colorado 80239
Ph 303 574 1077
Cell 303 668 1663

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