[Milton-L] ignore him to oblivion instead
raphael.magarik at gmail.com
Sat Nov 4 22:35:45 EDT 2017
A small recommendation: one can in fact "block" a sender in gmail quite
easily (the instructions are google-able). Licensing, for better or for
worse, is something we can all do personally for emails, and it is indeed
possible to enjoy a Milton list without any given miscreant. I do so quite
happily. Unfortunately, I have no solution for the floods of email *discussing
*a problematic contributor, except that if all of us block someone, that
person will quite magically disappear from the conversation.
On Sat, Nov 4, 2017 at 3:42 PM, Nancy Charlton <charltonwordorder1 at gmail.com
> Thanks. I was advocating doing the same two years against the outstanding
> piece of trompe l’œil who usurped the presidency of the USA.
> Nancy Charlton
> On Sat, Nov 4, 2017 at 2:40 PM Crystal L Bartolovich <clbartol at syr.edu>
>> I wish that instead of either banning or engaging with posts perceived to
>> be boring, irrelevant, offensive or even racist, everyone would just
>> ignore them. Why give them so much power? Not engaging with attention
>> seekers is the best way to discourage them. Attention is their fuel.
>> Even ‹perhaps especially‹negative attention. Stop opening the emails,
>> clicking on the links, gratifying the sender with outrage. Ignore him to
>> oblivion instead.
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