Stop e-mail sales!!!!

Michael T. MacDonell, Ph.D. visla at
Tue Nov 17 19:05:06 EST 1998

Dear Eric:

Your message hit home.
I have the same feelings every time I post something to this group.
The only posts I have ever made were attempts to participate in a
discussion, or to answer a question from someone.  Nevertheless, I end
up feeling the same way you do.  More or less on the borderline
between persona non grata, and evil bloodsucking capitalist.

You should not feel that way and neither should I.  You damned sure
are not responsible for the junk email that shows up.

I'm sorry you are cast in the role of member of the enemy camp.
Forget it.  I do.

Best Regards,
(affiliations abound)

On 17 Nov 1998 22:34:25 GMT, ELADER at AMBION.COM wrote:

>In article <72poqc$69e3 at>,
>  zje8 at (John R. McQuiston) wrote:
>> I am getting sick of getting follow up e-mails from companies pushing their
>> products (2 from Sigma lately) after I post a note about a competitors
>>  This is supposed to be a forum for scientists to exchange ideas not for sales
>> rep.'s to try to sell you stuff.  Especially WHEN I"M NOT THE ONE ASKING FOR
>> HELP !!!!!
>Being affiliated with a company does make me think hard about how my posts
>are perceived on this group. I try hard not to sell Ambion products. If I do
>have an answer to someones problem that specifically involves an Ambion
>product I will probably e-mail, unless it's a topic that's generated a lot of
>Perhaps the reason I haven't pissed anyone off (yet) is that 1) I am a R&D
>Scientist with 9 years post-doctoral experience, not a sales rep with a BS and
>2) If I don't have something helpful to add, I usually shut up :-)
>Why haven't I gotten any of those helpful e-mails from reps?
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