Re: NANFA--list content restrictions?

Irate Mormon (
Mon, 29 Mar 2004 19:21:21 -0500

Quoting "" <BR0630 at>:

> I didn't realize
> that NANFA was for professionals or academics only? - intent on forcing
> e-communication to be according to a strict protocol with accompanying
> threats of enforcement.

This is one of two disturbing trends I have noticed within the past year or so.
At one time, I believed that this was the direction I wanted NANFA to go in.
You know, better credibility, etc. - but now I realize I was wrong. I
understand that not everyone is interested in my explorations of ethics and
politics, but hey - if we can't talk about things that impact our hobby on this
list, then where _is_ it appropriate?

Charter member, DNRC

"Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women; if it dies there, no constitution,
no law, no court can save it."
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