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Re: History of IDMS - a comments

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    Posted 02-27-2007 12:36 PM
    the man who approves his own e-mail and
    good on him for it -
    it's an American thing - during the 1990's political campaign ads got
    really negative and downright nasty (not that there is anything wrong
    with that) - and the candidate would sometimes claim that the (nasty)
    ad was put out by their campaign staff without their (the
    candidate's) knowledge or approval. So as a gimmick <?> candidates
    began to endorse their own political campaign ads with a short clip
    ""this is ****** and I approved this ad"". Never one to pass up a good
    gimmick (passing myself off as an IDMS DBA has been my longest
    running), I adopted this self-endorsement for all my contentious and
    otherwise inane posts to this (and, yes, other) lists.






    This is Chris Hoelscher and I approved this email
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    Re: History of IDMS - a comments
    "Chris - you are too kind to the politicians - it's the law.

    Title 2, U.S. Code, Section 441d(d)(1):

    By radio. Any communication ... which is transmitted through radio shall
    include ... an audio statement by the candidate that identifies the
    candidate and states that the candidate has approved the communication.
    By television. Any communication ... which is transmitted through
    television shall include ... a statement that identifies the candidate
    and states that the candidate has approved the communication. Such
    statement-
    (i) shall be conveyed by-
    (I) an unobscured, full-screen view of the candidate making the
    statement, or
    (II) the candidate in voice-over, accompanied by a clearly
    identifiable photographic or similar image of the candidate; and
    (ii) shall also appear in writing at the end of the communication in a
    clearly readable manner with a reasonable degree of color contrast
    between the background and the printed statement, for a period of at
    least 4 seconds.

    So, I guess it doesn't cover email but if it did, you're covered Chris.
    How about a run for President? You certainly have enough
    contentiousness and inaneness for it.


    Gene Verinder
    Database Support
    Alliance Data Systems

    OK - I'm Gene Verinder and I approve of this email, particularly the
    part about the U.S. Code.

    2007-02-27, 17:25:56
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    Re: History of IDMS - a comments
    "I rememeber the technical staff of computer visions moving into
    corporate headquarters hauling pc's bigger then 31"" TV's. that's all i
    needed to know what a sham the acquisition was. someone forgot that the
    software and hardware guys speak different languages and inhabit
    different continents. however though, John Cullinane knew what CEO's
    wanted, and that still holds true today. They want an intelligent view
    of all their data, summarized, timely, and accurate. That was not
    technologically possible in the 80's, or 90's, unless it came from
    purpose built hardware/software hooked to T1 lines then. A Bill Gates,
    Cullinet never had, and didn't have the organization to develop one
    either.

    Lutz Petzold
    Remember when a few of us field techs were given actual tool
    boxes to support the infamous touch screen Decision Support System!
    Scott Brady
    Holland America Line
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    Re: History of IDMS - a comments
    "Remember when a few of us field techs were given actual tool boxes to
    support the infamous touch screen Decision Support System!

    Scott Brady
    Holland America Line