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[ARSCLIST] email courtesy and apologies to Tom.

Gee! Thin skinned or what! I am sorry, I apologized twice, and I only forwarded an email, did not make accusations or anything insulting.

I am going off this list as I'm tired of the overly chattiness and straying far afield of the topics... I am interested in archiving, and people who know the history of the business, but don't have time for this...

Bye. I have no hard feelings, too bad you do. Hope the moderators are listening, if there are any. it is more a club than an informational e-list!

Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio

On Oct 3, 2006, at 7:32 PM, Tom Fine wrote:

No, Lou, it's not "just how e-mail works" and it's beyond rude to put words in someone's mouth! Come on, how is it defensible behavior to misquote someone? Would you want that done to you? In the least, it's negligent, or in the worst it's extremely rude. I am sorry to single you out, but this has happened before on this list and it just doesn't happen on other e-mail lists.

-- Tom Fine

----- Original Message ----- From: "Lou Judson" <loujudson@xxxxxxx>
To: <ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 9:28 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Back-catalog (was Columbia Studio/Warehouse Fire)

To, I do not save the messages. I did not have the proper version and you quoted the response that I responded too, so do not take it as an accusation. Seems petty to me, I was asking a question as close to the source as I could - but next time I'll delete your name if it happens again! It's not as though I said you said it, it is just that is how email works...

Sorry! I think the problem is over sensitivity, as the writer will recognize his words.
Is the below better? Of course, the thread is broken so I may never know.
Lou Judson
On Oct 3, 2006, at 4:09 PM, Tom Fine wrote:

Hi Lou:

Please quote the proper person. I did not write the words you attributed to me below your message. We've had this problem on this list before ...

-- Tom Fine

I'm a freelance reissue producer who does a lot of work with Sony pop
material, and am pretty familiar with their tape archives.

AFAIK, there has been no loss of master tapes - pop or classical -
from the 1970s in their holdings.

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