RE: Moving the list
One sees this sort of thing in the American South in fundamentalist congregations. A minister takes a position in a sermon that is unpopular, the head of the ladies cake committee protests to her husband who is also the local car dealer and mayor, the mayor calls his buddy who owns the cigarette factory who tells his workers that anyone supporting the minister should consider themselves a short timer, and a week later, a new church is going up down the street from the old one: The Even MORE Fundamental Church of the Ever Yammerin' Politically Faithful. Without the financial support of the cigarette maker and car dealer, the old church folds and the minister of that church is sent in humiliation by the association to a bigger city to be an assistant pastor in a ghetto. The mayor's wife is satisfied, the mayor is fatter, the cigarette maker is emboldened to reduce wages, and the new young minister of the new church is instructed about what topics will keep him in town, and what topics will see him move to a ghetto if the mayor's wife doesn't like him. Grits, anyone? This move to move doesn't make sense. Not for what is obviously a technical glitch. We're being had. len From: ht@c... [mailto:ht@c...] The W3C is prepared to host xml-dev as a public, unmoderated, archived, list. W3C public mailing lists operate an auto-white-list spam filter, which requires a reply to your first posting to the list. This reply also includes your acknowledgement that postings to the list will be publicly archived.
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