Please remove me from your e-mail list. Many thanks, Martin Clancy, ABC News
I can't remove you 'cause I'm in the middle of making an e-mail list I'm gonna call "Propagandaville" as an addition to my website:
I CAN however put a little mark (666) by your name to indicate that you don't want me to send you any more e-mails and I won't send you any more e-mails. If you'd like me to do that, let me know. Thanks. G.
Gerard, if you put my name on a propaganda list I will find a way to pay you back...big time! Please, please don't. And I gratefully accept your offer to cease and desist on e-mails. Many thanks!
You are who you are, you do what you do, your e-mail address is your e-mail address. None of that is my doing or my responsibility. A free press works several ways these days. I won't be done with it for awhile yet but you'll be in the company of around 6,000 other media guys so it's very likely that no one will even notice. G.
Here's the bottom line, Gerard: my e-mail address is private, and if you carry out your threat, I will be forced to change it. Please don't make me do that. Because if you cause that kind of trouble, I will know who to blame! You don't want me mad at you, I promise.
Your corporate e-mail address is not "private." G.