Re: snarls in real life

Keith Moore <moore@network-heretics.com> Wed, 21 April 2021 01:51 UTC

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Subject: Re: snarls in real life
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On 4/20/21 9:31 PM, Michael Thomas wrote:

> So against my better judgement, I posted my Quic, the Elephant in the 
> Room post to the Quic list. Within 24 hours one of the snarling 
> working group chairs declared it off topic and demanded it stop. This 
> is what I mean about grotesque fiefdoms where the working groups are 
> so fricking insular that any commentary outside of their blinders is 
> not tolerated. The thought that no working group business can take 
> place in the face of anything other than something directly relatable 
> working group business is a complete piece of idiocy and shuts down 
> anything they don't want to hear. People are capable of doing all of 
> this all at once.

References, please.

Keith