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Re: USAffairs??

BTW...Adam, I think the 'spam' that most were talking about was the:

>>A Letter from The Maitreya to the World September 13, 2001

 ....that somehow came to the list.

So the comments were not all directed at you.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mountain Wireless" <mountainwireless@skow.net>
To: <adamrivers@prodigy.net>; "Boston Interest Radio Group Thingy"
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2001 2:28 PM
Subject: Re: USAffairs??

> Adam, et al:
> I'm usually satisfied to lurk on this group and follow only the threads
> interest me, but every once in a while I do add my two cents.
> First, to the "adults" on this list, we're doing a great job as killing
> interests of a young person who clearly enjoys what we do and more often
> than not has something worthwhile to contribute. I do not recall Garrett
> ever stating that this list was limited to either broadcast professionals
> people of a certain age, but if I am incorrect I trust he will set the
> record straight. If Adam is guilty of anything, it is that he is
> overzealous, but am I the only one who recalls a time when the radio world
> was populated by people with that same fervor?
> Adam, while some on this list were annoyed by what they perceived as
> I do not think it can be said that, "the majority of the folks [on this
> list] do not like [you]." Do not let the unthinking comments of a vocal
> minority make you believe that we all feel that way, because we don't. I
> personally have often found your input as a young person who is clearly
> passionate about radio to be both insightful and rejuvenating; it is a
> refreshing change from the often (and perhaps justifiably) jaded comments
> those who are unhappy with the state of an industry most of us entered
> upon a time because we shared that same passion. In short, as long as you
> feel you have something to contribute, do so.
> -J.

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