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Posted by: jyoti (
Date: October 31, 2004 12:50PM

i have started a new yahoo group for the lovers of poetry. it is called 'Golden Smiles n Tears of Eternal Poetry' or in short, 'golden-step'. i publish the e-zine every alternate day, at least i try to ;-)

it includes classics of english and american poetry, Shakespeare's work, reader's submissions and views, quotations as well as jokes. it all makes for a good and healthy reading.

you may have a look at what i send by visiting the page

it's free and i asure you a lot of fun. i welcome you all to it. to subscribe to it, just send a blank mail to or visit the homepage of the group by clicking the address first given.

hoping to see you as my group member...

Re: golden-step
Posted by: glenda (
Date: October 31, 2004 07:54PM

Only if spelling, capitalization, and punctuation are eternally stressed.........

Re: golden-step
Posted by: Hugh Clary (
Date: November 01, 2004 11:53AM

Hi, jyoti! Are you the same person as shruti vatsayan? Anyway, I will have to decline your Yahoo invitation (read spam) because of their Privacy Policy, or lack thereof I should say.


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"Yahoo! collects personal information when you register with Yahoo!, when you use Yahoo! products or services, when you visit Yahoo! pages or the pages of certain Yahoo! partners, and when you enter promotions or sweepstakes. Yahoo! may combine information about you that we have with information we obtain from business partners or other companies. "

That means they sell your information to other spammers. Since I presently get upwards of 50 spams per day now, I really can't use any more. Worse yet, if you decide to read the messages on their boards, they force you to look at advertisements before you can actually get the posts you click on.

And, it is terribly bad taste to abuse the nice folks at this site, trying to entice readers to yours. Ok?

Re: golden-step
Posted by: Just Jack (
Date: November 01, 2004 01:47PM


You've been abusing these nice folks for...

Never mind.


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