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Mr. Morris, Kuty's advice was the best advice you've had in a long time.
From another regular: Go away and quit polluting this list like you have
rec.scuba!
 
Bjorn
http://www.bjornjensen.com
 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scuba diving discussion list [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On
> Behalf Of James Morris
> Sent: Monday, September 06, 1999 15:47
> To: Multiple recipients of list SCUBA-L
> Subject: Re: Protecting Whale Sharks in the Sea of Cortez
>
>
> As you are quite misinformed, I still occasionally post to "rec.scuba"...
> However, it is the type of unpleasant attitude that you put forth which
> prohibits many from even considering diving. That "The Aquanauts"
> television
> series which debuts on Discovery's Animal Planet channel (on
> September 27th)
> in a few weeks should help to generate even more interest in
> scuba diving (as
> "The Aquanauts" is about diving and was shot at various venues around the
> world and Discovery's test audiences have really like the
> environmental and
> trendy theme). Contact my ISP as much as you would like to as
> they are used to
> unfounded complaints by the likes of "big fish" like you....
> Return to your
> "little pond" now.
>
> Kuty wrote:
>
> > Mr. Morris has decided to try to spam our list with his crap
> after he was
> > chased out of rec.scuba.
> >
> > He is notorious for trying to sell shark repellent stuff on the net,
> > spamming scuba newsgroups.  He tried it in several ways,
> including sending
> > some "frightening" articles about shark attacks - to scuba newsgroups.
> >
> > Go away Mr. Morris.
> > You are not welcome here.
> >
> > If you keep it up, my next move, will be to contact your ISP and request
> > that your account will be closed due to unsolicited advertisements in a
> > scuba list.
> >
> > Quite angry,
> >
> > Kuty
>