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Good luck to you, Bill.

While I certainly don't agree with a lot of what you say, this being a free
Country (at least for now), you certainly have every right to say it.




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-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Polhemus [mailto:bill(--nospam--at)polhemus.cc] 
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 4:59 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: Time For A Break

Although it's been great fun to joust with the "best" the Left has to 
offer on SEAINT, I find it is time to take a very long break from posting.

First of all, my family responsibilities are rather intense now that our 
three grandchildren are in permanent residence. Also, I'm starting a new 
job, about which I'm very excited, on the 26th of this month, and I 
don't need the temptation that SEAINT offers while I'm in this "settling 
in" period.

Third, I think my presence has become a distraction to too many others 
who spend many, many hours and and major kilobytes expounding on how I 
ought to be ashamed of myself for taking all this time and bandwidth 
with off-topic posts (which were originally responses to the 
just-as-off-topic posts of others, if you'd care to check the archives).

Someone pointed out that I've gotten rather angry. They're right, but 
the reasons are not germane here--though I appreciate the good thoughts 
of those who thought enough of "the other fellow" to bring it up.

Therefore, so long, see ya, and thanks for all the fish.

I will certainly be sure to "lurk" by perusing the archives from time to 
time.

OH, AND WHILE I'M THINKING ABOUT IT:

Don't bother showing me the way out. I'm PRETTY SURE that the 
instructions for un-subbing are right down there at the bottom of every 
single message somewhere...

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