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|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Re: Ruben's mailbomb tactics
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Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 14:15:40 -0400
From: Marco Scoffier
To: Ruben I Safir
Subject: [hangout] Re: Ruben's mailbomb tactics
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On Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 01:54:17PM -0400, Ruben I Safir wrote:
> This is not a mailbomb attack.
When most of the recipients have no idea what the issue is, it will be
interpreted as a mailbomb. Interpretation by other parites is key in
this issue. Brett and Jay love to play up the 'Ruben is a nut' issue.
I do not believe you are a nut. But sometimes you sure seem like one.
> It's a proper response for trademark protection.
If we decide to do this, we should word the mail better, with a short
explaination, and have the certified letter checked before sending it,
so that it does not so obviously look like a late night tinkering by
Ruben of the leagalese of the other certified letter we sent about
As it stands this letter is confusing, and randomly sending it
unprovoked to lists you happen to decide are important
WILL CREATE ENEMIES
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