Effective blues communication - a peckerwood writes

gtrmac gtrmac@prodigy.net
Wed Sep 15 04:05:22 EDT 2004


Open The Door Richarddd.
Look like your communication just got bad. Loosen up buddy you might live
longer. A well oiled machine will give you allot of miles.Peace Brother the
Doctor is in.!.
                                    Guitar Mac.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Flohil" <rflohil@sympatico.ca>
To: <BLUES-L@LISTS.NETSPACE.ORG>
Sent: Tuesday, September 14, 2004 10:36 PM
Subject: Re: Effective blues communication - a peckerwood writes


> Oh fuck, yer all prolly right. Can't be bothered with this any more.
>
> Good old Stephen McClaning managed to send a rude message without
> turning off his  HTML, which made it totally unreadable (at least at
> this computer). Last time I bitched at Stephen he was writing record
> review posts in mock-blackspeak, which he has since stopped doing, to
> the great relief of many in these parts.
>
> Stephen's missive to the contrary, I most certainly HAVE written LOTS
> of posts here over the years which praise musicians, draw readers'
> attention to good music, make serious comments on the blues business,
> and tell occasionally funny stories. I just get grumpy when people
> write ill-spelled incomprehensible and grammatically hopeless
> messages, especially of the "Me too!" variety.  And at folk who don't
> turn of their HTML.
>
> In good cheer and in the hope of raised consciousness to write better
English,
>
> Your favourite pencil pushing pee headed peckerwood spelling checker
> and crochety old fart
>
> Richard
>
> PS:
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