[boc-l] ADMIN: Annoyance or interested?

mary sullivan maryann.sullivan1 at verizon.net
Sat Jan 7 18:46:42 EST 2017

“Mr. Mumford is, once again, up to his old tricks of a seemingly endless
stream-of-consciousness set of rants. As I remarked to a friend (and the owner
of the host servers), I'm not quite sure if it happens because he's started up
on drugs or he's stopped taking them.”  I’m sorry,  Christian, forgive me for laughing, I couldn’t help it.”

Christian has been a friend to me, and I can always delete anything annoying, but I do hope he will stay on track, and wish him all the best.  Some of the non offensive rants are quite creative, but Christian, they can sometimes get overwhelming.  I don’t like censorship.  Good luck, and best wishes for a better new year to all.


Peace and love,




From: boc-l [mailto:boc-l-bounces at lists.ispnet.net] On Behalf Of Jonathan Smith
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 10:33 AM
To: BOC / Hawkwind Discussion List
Subject: Re: [boc-l] ADMIN: Annoyance or interested?


Too much of a good thing! ;)


On 27 April 2016 at 19:08, Michael Holmes <M.Holmes at ed.ac.uk> wrote:

On 26/04/2016 20:29, Ed Mundo wrote:

I'm ambivalent, I enjoy the relevant, don't mind the semi relevant stream-of-consciousness stuff, don't want to read the irrelevant drivel and dislike the racist conspiracy stuff. On balance I'm happy for him to continue except not 10s of bloody messages a day like the last couple of days. Opened my browser and 71 unread messages.

Can't our 'umble moderator set a post limit per day?


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