Fellow Unicoders and Internationalists,
Well, it's quite interesting to receive my first true "hate-mail" message.
I didn't realize that Unicode would have such an impact on the bigotted,
and, shall I say, spineless, members of some (I won't say 'our') society
such as is exhibited in the following.
If anyone knows this individual, please forward me the particulars, as I'll
have to start a file for any future investigation ...
>Date: Thu, 23 Jan 1997 21:07:15 -0500
>From: Michael Peponis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>So you are the asshole that is heading the push for
>thank you ever so much for complicating my all ready complicated
>programing tasks even more shit-for-brains.
>Let me tell you something, I have not, am not, nor will I ever need to
>code an application for some worthless excuses of human lives that
>outside the US and Canada.
>For many years, the non-english speaking world had a choice, learn
>english, or be left out.
>Unicode tells them that they have worth, that people are willing to go
>out of there way to accomodate them and there worthless languages and
>If you and your corporation actually give a shit about them, more power
>to you. But don't rally around some standard and push it on the rest of
>I don't care, I don't want to care, and I highly resent people like you
>forcing me to care.
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