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Re: screeeeech


I know what a wigger is. It's someone that doesn't know what wigger means.

Steve B.

-----Original Message-----
From: Greg Merritt <gregm@vwtype3.org>
To: James Burroughs <Jimb@csu.net>
Cc: type3@vwtype3.org <type3@vwtype3.org>; swaffordvw@juno.com
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 1998 12:04 PM
Subject: RE: screeeeech

>Hi Jim,
> The usage of the word "wigger" on this list appeared first in a
>posting by Chris Swafford on Friday 7/24.  Having never heard the word,
>but suspecting it to be derogatory and unacceptable on this list, I
>publicly requested that Chris fully and completely explain his usage of
>the word. (I will forward to you Chris' original message and my reply in
>case you missed them.)
> In the meantime, several others have reiterated my public request
>that this be explained.  Bryan's post (the one to which you responded
>directly) is in response to the post from Chris, and is an attempt to
>shed some light on what Chris may have intended to mean in his
>original post.
> Chris -- the original poster -- has not offered the list an
>explanation of his original comment.  I cannot presume that he has checked
>his e-mail in the last several days.  Chris, please do explain your
>original message in detail to the entire group before posting any other
> Folks are expected to be polite and respectful here on the Type
>III mailing list, and, most importantly, stand behind what they say.
>Those who do not will be asked to discontinue participation.
>-Greg Merritt
>'69 & '71 Squarebacks
>'63 Beetle

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