From: Tony@halmarax.demon.co.uk (Tony Halmarack)
Subject: Re: Query on amphetamines
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 1996 21:16:28 +0100
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> Lee Brown wrote:
> Hi All,
> Just returned from Sri Lanka to find a full mailbox.
> I had expected to see a few topics which would be open for questioning.
> Instead I find that this group has digressed into non-sensical rantings
> with no point and which are definatly not along the issues that the TWC
> was intending to address.
Welcome back Lee,
Well, if you will go off having a good time, leaving us to handle
the stresses and strains of cyber-life without you, can you
expect us to do anything other than degenerate?
Still, you've returned now, so we can hopefully get TWC back on track.
> I do hope that this is due to the holiday season. For if I wanted to
> talk about necrophilia and Sex and Bird Watching! I would simply find a
> newsgroup pertaining to them.
Yes, but would it be as much fun? Anyway, in which group can you
perform all three character building activities simultaneously?
> I am glad that there were a few responses to my suggestion of using MDMA
as a toll.
MDMA use is the big unresolved issue just now. Some of us are
about to venture out on a quest for the answers. I'm not sure at
all what you mean by a toll. Are you thinking of getting TWCer's
to pay a small charge on exit? Or is it something to do with a
> Well done Tony for bringing "Old Sasha" into the frame.
Thanks. I didn't know I'd done it until you told me though.
Is "Old Sasha" an alias for someone I claim to know?
I have to admit I'm a bit of a name dropper when I'm feeling
insecure at a party. Not that I've been invited to many lately.
> Have any of you guys contributed to the Sahsa Fund to help him pay his
> legal bills. (Details on request!)
No but I've been contributing quite generously to the "Melanie's new
kitchen fund". I don't think I'll belabour this point for much longer
without getting some "off topic" flak though.
> Lets work out what we are trying to achieve and stick to it. We are all
> free to express our views but some of the threads go way off the mark.
I think we should submerge the irrelevant drivel under a tidal
wave of inspired ideas.
> Why does it take so long for some of us to express a simple point!
I'll tell you later.
> Are we all really worried about the Cyber-Police?
Not on your Nelly! We're a uniformly tough bunch at the TWC.
Not callous though. Just moderately bunioned.
Anyway, how do you digitize CS gas?
-- Tony Halmarack =*= Tony@halmarax.demon.co.uk