[Clayart] a moderated list

robert hackert ndiaman at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 21 16:38:28 EDT 2016

Please, keep the political garbage out of Clayart. It is one refuge from the insanity currently taking place.
Robert Hackert

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> On Oct 21, 2016, at 3:26 PM, Randall Moody <randall.moody at gmail.com> wrote:
> Kenny, I can tell how well Mel moderates by what is on the list. If you
> wish to frequent an "clay/art/politics/religion" board, I am sure that
> there is one or more on the net for you to avail yourself of. Already being
> on the list has nothing to do with it. That is akin to visiting Outback
> Steakhouse and complaining about the lack of vegan options. "Why won't you
> serve me a tofu and bean curd salad? I am already here!"
> Your last sentence implies that there is needed improvement on the way Mel
> moderates. While you may hold that opinion, from what I read, it is
> apparently not held by many or most on the list. One may want to ask
> oneself, "What did I write that would get my email put in the "no send"
> bin?" (And this is coming from me, a person who really loves stirring the
> pot at times.) Personally, I think Mel does a bang up job with this list
> and would hate to see it devolve into what passes for political debate
> these days.
> On Fri, Oct 21, 2016 at 1:02 AM, Kenneth D. Westfall <
> kenneth at pinehillpottery.com> wrote:
>> Randy how would you know what Mel has censored unless it is your post
>> being deleted.  Do the censored message get be  put in a special box for
>> all to read. NO.  I only bring up politics and religion because they have
>> always been a selective issue which doesn't always get equal treatment
>> IMHO.  Sure there are plenty of other places to go talk politics or
>> religion but some how not many that combined both and clay and art into one
>> and I'm already on this forum and have been sense before Mel was
>> Moderator.  If we can't ask for readdress of how Mel moderates with out
>> being shown the door how will it ever improve.
>> Kenneth D. Westfall
>> Pine Hill Pottery
>> 7257 Smithville Rd.
>> Harrisville, WV  26362 - 7010
>> kenneth at pinehillpottery.com
>> http://www.pinehillpottery.com
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