[Marxism] Haymarket/McCormick -- a story untold, true but unknown
MLause at cinci.rr.com
Tue Mar 23 20:59:19 MST 2004
You write, "stop sending me your fucking funny 'double-barreled'
ripostes . . . Please grow up; I have other things to do."
My dear fellow, you get my posts for two related reasons:
1) You subscribe to a list of which I am a member with a right to post.
While publicly complaining of having to read my posts, you also write me
accusatory private emails, which--as I have warned you repeatedly--will
be forwarded to the list. (See attached.)
2) You respond with an inappropriate and irrational viciousness to what
I and other members of the list write and say. In this case, you have
attacked me for not offering an overview of Haymarket. Then, when I
point you to websites and books, you attack me for that ("I don't care
what books you have a soft spot..."), referring to me publicly as "a
right-wing cretin out to 'set people straight' about something you don't
know hardly enough about". (The attached private email also attacks me
as "a phony" and a "fucknut.")
In any event, the solution for you is simple enough. You can avoid the
torment of getting my posts by either unsubbing or by learning to behave
in a more serious and comradely fashion to list members.
From: Jeff Rubard [mailto:jeffrubard at fusemail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 10:22 PM
To: Mark Lause
Subject: Baby baby baby, I got the feeling
> Chicago Historical, in contrast to the city itself, has a very good
> presentation of the Haymarket events at:
> So does the Library of Congress.
> Mark L.
Fucknut, I already know more about Haymarket than you (as per a
professional historian who instructed me that it was okay to read John
R. Commons) and I'm tired of being charged for your about your rumored
job -- I think you're phony, so phony I don't want to know what-all
you're phony at. Stop emailing me; this is the last email I will send
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