[nagdu] The harm a fake service dogs good article

Marion Gwizdala blind411 at verizon.net
Mon Aug 17 17:11:10 UTC 2015


	I agree with those who want to feel comfortable clicking on a link.
I never, never, never click on a link in a message unless the sender writes
something to assure me that it is from someone I trust - not a machine that
has taken over someone's email address - and that I am not going to download
a virus


-----Original Message-----
From: nagdu [mailto:nagdu-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Jimmy via nagdu
Sent: Sunday, August 16, 2015 11:41 PM
To: Debby Phillips
Cc: Jimmy; NAGDU Mailing List, the National Association of Guide Dog Users
Subject: Re: [nagdu] The harm a fake service dogs good article

Good evening.
	 Thankyou for your reply. I understand your thought. Hence, that is
why when I posted the mentioned article I put in the subject line of my
posting-The issues or problems of fake service dogs-good article. This this
give you a good idea of what the article is about. If that subject interests
you, you can select the link and read it.  I would prefer myself a short and
to the sweet posting that gives the subject  and the main point in the
subject and then I can choose to read it or not rather than have a posting
that rambles on and on . I will keep your mention in mind in the future to
make sure my subject lines are specific, but I, like many, do not have time
to always rewrite or explain the article. I hope you are well! Have a great

James Alan Boehm
Phone: 901-483-1515
Personal Email: jimmydagerman80 at gmail.com Refer NFB correspondences to:
secretary at nfb-tn.org

"Blindness never limits- Low expectations do! Live the life you want!"

> On Aug 16, 2015, at 9:44 PM, Debby Phillips <semisweetdebby at gmail.com>
> Hi Jimmy, I'm not a moderator, but I do wish that you would post something
about why you've sent these links, at least.  I usually read my email with
my Apex and forward emails to another email address I have that's just on my
phone for when I want to look at a link someone has posted.  But if I don't
know anything about the article, I don't do it.  Perhaps I'm the only one
who feels this way, but there may be others who don't wish to just hit a
link just because someone posts one.  Thanks.    Debby and Nova

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