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RE: [pthread-win32] Unsubscribe
- To: "'pthreads-win32 at sourceware dot cygnus dot com'" <pthreads-win32 at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: RE: [pthread-win32] Unsubscribe
- From: "Keith A. Jackson" <KeithJ at AGVp dot com>
- Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 13:02:26 -0400
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin D. Clark [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 12:08 PM
> To: 'email@example.com'
> Subject: RE: [pthread-win32] Unsubscribe
> Keith A. Jackson writes:
> > Oooo. Ooo. Me too. Anyone else?
> First, ask your Internet Provider to mail you an Unsubscribing Kit.
> follow these directions.
> [Keith A. Jackson] What's an Internet Provider? Where can I get one?
> Do they bring the internet right to my house, or do I need a special
> adapter? Do I have to have an Internet Provider to get an
> Unsubscribing Kit?
> The kit will most likely be the standard no-fault type. Depending on
> requirements, System A and/or System B can be used. When operating
> System A,
> depress lever and a plastic dalkron unsubscriber will be dispensed
> the slot immediately underneath. When you have fastened the adhesive
> attach connection marked by the large "X" outlet hose. Twist the
> coloured ring one inch below the connection point until you feel it
> [Keith A. Jackson] Assuming I can get an Unsubscribing Kit, (Limited
> budget), Which system is faster? I have slow hand-eye coordination,
> and a system that moves too fast, I may mess up. Though, since it's
> no-fault, either may work after all. Tell me, is there a guarantee
> that it is no fault?
> The kit is now ready for use. The Cin-Eliminator is activated by the
> switch on the lip. When securing, twist the ring back to its initial
> condition, so that the two orange lines meet. Disconnect. Place the
> unsubscriber in the vacuum receptacle to the rear. Activate by
> pressing the
> blue button.
> [Keith A. Jackson] I heard it was a red button? Can you check your
> records? I did some research on this product, and I'm fairly sure the
> button is red. Can you clarify?
> The controls for System B are located on the opposite side. The red
> switch places the Cin-Eliminator into position; it can be adjusted
> up or down by pressing the blue manual release button. The opening is
> adjusting. To secure after use, press the green button, which
> activates the evaporator and returns the Cin-Eliminator to its storage
> [Keith A. Jackson] See, this is a green button. If system B uses a
> green button, System A must use a red one. Santa would surely sue the
> Internet Service Provider, whatever that is, if they didn't live up to
> their written agreement to advertise Christmas.
> You may log off if the green exit light is on over the evaporator . If
> red light is illuminated, one of the Cin-Eliminator requirements has
> not been
> properly implemented. Press the "List Guy" call button on the right of
> evaporator . He will secure all facilities from his control panel.
> [Keith A. Jackson] Can I get my own List Guy? How much do they charge
> for 24 hour support?
> To use the Auto-Unsub, first undress and place all your clothes in the
> clothes rack. Put on the velcro slippers located in the cabinet
> below. Enter the shower, taking the entire kit with you. On the
> control panel
> to your upper right upon entering you will see a "Shower seal" button.
> to activate. A green light will then be illuminated immediately below.
> On the
> intensity knob, select the desired setting. Now depress the Auto-Unsub
> activation lever. Bathe normally.
> [Keith A. Jackson] What if you don't Bathe? Is there an alternative
> method? I tend to be afraid of water.
> The Auto-Unsub will automatically go off after three minutes unless
> activate the "Manual off" override switch by flipping it up. When you
> ready to leave, press the blue "Shower seal" release button. The door
> open and you may leave. Please remove the velcro slippers and place
> them in
> their container.
> [Keith A. Jackson] Assuming I bathe, are there inherent problems if
> Velcro arouses you? What are the ramifications of being aroused while
> using this device?
> If you prefer the ultrasonic log-off mode, press the indicated blue
> When the twin panels open, pull forward by rings A & B. The knob to
> the left,
> just below the blue light, has three settings, low, medium or high.
> normal use, the medium setting is suggested.
> [Keith A. Jackson] What are some non-normal uses I may be interested
> After these settings have been made, you can activate the device by
> to the "ON" position the clearly marked red switch. If during the
> unsubscribing operation, you wish to change the settings, place the
> off" override switch in the "OFF" position. You may now make the
> change and
> repeat the cycle. When the green exit light goes on, you may log off
> and have
> lunch. Please close the door behind you.
> [Keith A. Jackson] Can you forward me a PDF describing the manual
> features? Is it hard to set up, or is it like a VCR?
> Please hurry with your response. I am getting hungry, and need to go
> to lunch, but I would hate to do these instructions out of order. Is
> it a full-tummy issue? Or is it a matter of having clean clothes? If
> you eat lunch after, just so you are sure you have clean clothes, then
> I suppose I could have lunch naked... Would that be alright?
> Keith Jackson