More dealings with the Astronomical Society: should you be a member of it and on my 'mailing list' - please let me know if you want to come off of it!

Posted: April 02, 2016.

From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: April 2, 2016 1:44 PM
To: joe.grida@internode.on.net
Cc: council@assa.org.au; assa-chat@assa.org.au; phillip.pudney@assa.org.au
Subject: FW: Ask all your members that do not want my emails to block me in their mail program.

Joe,

As I do not know who your ASSA members are and am only sending emails to people in my mail program’s “friends list”, please ask your members to block me in their mail program: if they do not want to receive any emails from me.

This action on your behalf would solve what you perceive as a problem - which I might add is of your own making and only in your own mind!

I don’t see a problem there at all… nobody is complaining to me about receiving unsolicited emails… those that did were all removed from my list…even the example that you quoted was not complaining about any unsolicited emails… all he was doing was informing you of my phenomenal success!

Please go ahead and follow my suggestion as this would defuse the situation.

Frank Pio Russo.

From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: April 2, 2016 11:08 AM
To: 'Joe Grida'
Cc:
assa-chat@assa.org.au; council@assa.org.au; phillip.pudney@assa.org.au
Subject: RE: Please stop sending unsolicited email to ASSA members

Look Joe,

As usual you make stupid and moronic assumptions…

What? Is this individual so intellectually destitute that he can’t ask me to take him off my list!

All I have is a list of so-called “friends”… some are biochemists, others are people I know, others are publishers, others are media people, others are politicians… and still others could be ASSA members: but I don’t know who these are… people are just simply added to my “friends list” as they email me, without any mention of their affiliations.

Unless they email me and ask me to take them off my list I don’t know who these people are. What you’ve got to realize is that apart from Tony Beresford I don’t really know any ASSA members, and Tony is not getting any emails from me – is he ? You haven’t seen me at any of your meetings, getting to know your members – have you ?

The only emails that occasionally go to ASSA are to “ASSA-chat, the Council and perhaps the Webmaster”, simply so that you can better assess the ridiculousness of my suspension.

You are a very nasty and belligerent person… quite a while ago I emailed you mentioning that some members wanted to hear me give a monthly talk about my theories… you didn’t even bother to respond to me – you just ignored me. You’ve obviously had me marked ever since then, trying to have a go at me at your earliest opportunity.

Frank Pio Russo.

Ps – Please don’t contact me about any more non-sense, unless it’s about revoking my suspension… in case you’re even more stupid than it appears – it’s you that asked for no contact (?)

 

From: Joe Grida [mailto:joe.grida@internode.on.net]
Sent: April 2, 2016 10:14 AM
To: 'Frank Pio Russo'
Cc:
council@assa.org.au
Subject: Please stop sending unsolicited email to ASSA members

Hello Frank,

You have been asked before to stop sending unsolicited emails to ASSA members, whose emailed addresses you harvested via ASSA-Chat.

Below is another example, received by one of our members.

ASSA Council has already suspended your use of ASSA-Chat until further notice.

If these unsolicited emails continue, we may be forced to look at other options.

Please remove all ASSA members from your mailing list immediately.

 Regards

 

 From: Alan Brinkworth [mailto:albrink@adam.com.au]
Sent: Saturday, 2 April 2016 9:56 AM
To: Joe Grida <
joe.grida@internode.on.net>
Subject: Fwd: How I know that the Bradley article was well received!

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Subject:

How I know that the Bradley article was well received!

Date:

Fri, 1 Apr 2016 11:02:03 +1030

From:

Frank Pio Russo <frankrusso@frankrusso.net>

To:

drjackcohen@gmail.com

From www.frankrusso.net

Hi there,

Look my recent Bradley article was very well received by everybody.

I am sure of this because following its appearance, “Google.com” upgraded the position of my 1995 “Analysis of stellar aberration yields the ‘real’ speed of light”, from about 25th to about 5th… and considering that 3 of the above-placed articles were all Wikipedia, it was like getting ranked number 2. That’s from about 191,000 results with the search term of “stellar aberration”.

And I’m not surprised because my Bradley recent article explains the ‘guts’ of my earlier article and renders it more easily understood! I guess I should be very pleased, having come from the field of “Medical Technology” into a totally new field with no experience… and making both an impact and a contribution!

Thanks for putting up with my messages…

Sincerely: Frank Pio Russo.

www.frankrusso.net

 Ps. The 1995 article is now - (today) - sitting at no. 8 position.