[I-M-C] Re: Hello

  • From: RBJoelson@xxxxxxx
  • To: met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 16:26:24 -0500 (EST)

Iron Lady is the story of Marsha Wineburgh...oops, I mean Margaret  
Thatcher! War Horse was so much more than a play...it was an achievement!
Happy Wednesday to all,
Richard B.  Joelson, DSW 
110 East 87th Street - Suite 1E
New York, NY 10128
(212)  369-1239
e-mail: RBJoelson@xxxxxxx
please visit:

website: _www.richardbjoelsondsw.com_ (http://www.richardbjoelsondsw.com/) 
website:  _www.rbjstorybooksforchildren.com_ (ht

In a message dated 12/14/2011 4:18:43 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Hey  Marilyn,

Make sure you see it.  I saw the play War Horse at  Lincoln Center.  It is 
quite memorable and tender.  What is Iron  Lady?


Robert S. Berger, Ph.D.
150 West  95th Street, 1A, New York, NY 10025
3600 Fieldston Road, 3D, Riverdale, NY  10463
212-865-2360 (ofc); 718-884-5563 (cell)
_rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx)  (email)

On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 4:00 PM, Marilyn Sulzbacker  <_marsulz@xxxxxxxx 
(mailto:marsulz@xxxxxxx) > wrote:

Sounds like great plans. I am annoyed at myself for not having  checked the 
MOMA movie series because Artist was playing there. It is a film  I have 
been intending to see.  My friend is a SAG member so we got to  see War Horse 
(must see) and Iron Lady (not a must unless you are an admirer  of Meryl 
Streep, and who isn't).  This weekend is just parties.   
Happy Holidays all,

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert S. Berger, Ph.D.  <_rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx) >
To: met-interactive <_met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) >

Sent: Tue, Dec 13, 2011 3:06 pm
Subject: [I-M-C]  Hello

Hi Marilyn,

Yes.  We will turn the announcements listserv  into the new interactive 
listserv, close the one on GoogleGroups, offer  those who do not want to be on 
interactive an alternative yahoo groups  listserv for announcements and have 
a return to a listserv that does what we  want and does not do what we do 
not want.

The freelists listserv has  helped clarify this issue.  Very educational.

As to Fun, your  advise will be followed to the letter.  I will be in 
Chinatown with  friends and family this weekend, and I am planning an outing 
friends  and family to visit outdoor, public sculptures in Manhattan, which 
is  inspired by my seeing the following piece next to the West 58th street  
theater at which I saw The Artist, a film I recommend.  The piece: 
(http://www.flickr.com/photos/32357038@N08/3252504690/) .


Seeing  that sculpture inspired the following associations: "It is an 
amazing  sculpture.  "It is baying at the moon, which is such an endearing  
homage to our unbridled nature.  And it conveys the hope for a  responsive moon 
that we know cannot happen.  Bay as we may, the moon  stays where it is and 
we continue to yearn for it.  Surprising analogy  for life?"
The word "bay" is right out of Shakespeare.  
_http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bay_ (http://www.thefreedictionary.com/bay) . 
 I had rather  be a dog, 
and bay the moon.  It is from Julius Ceasar: 
(http://nfs.sparknotes.com/juliuscaesar/page_168.html) .

So  I will mark your wOrds.  This email allowed me to complete my research  
on pieces for this tour.

_http://www.nycgovparks.org/art_ (http://www.nycgovparks.org/art) 


----------  Forwarded message ----------
From: Marilyn Sulzbacker
Date: Tuesday,  December 13, 2011
Subject: Hello
To: _met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) 

It sounds  like we will be switching to yahoo.  When we  send out an  
announcement to our members we should probably include what you discovered  
how to backchannel.  I think you should spend some time now doing  fun 
things.  Thank you for all your hard  work

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert S.  Berger, Ph.D. <_rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx) >
To: met-interactive <_met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) >
Sent: Tue, Dec 13,  2011 10:20 am
Subject: [I-M-C] Fwd: Hello

I can always turn this  one into the new announcement one for those who do 
not want interactive.  To be continued!  Robert

---------- Forwarded message  ----------
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Subject:  Hello
To: _met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) 

Here,  here.

Richard B. Joelson, DSW
110 East 87th Street - Suite  1E
New York, NY 10128
_(212)  369-1239_ (tel:(212)%20369-1239) 
e-mail: _RBJoelson@xxxxxxxx (mailto:RBJoelson@xxxxxxx) 
please visit:
website: _www.richardbjoelsondsw.com_ (http://www.richardbjoelsondsw.com/) 
website: _www.rbjstorybooksforchildren.com_ 

In a message  dated 12/13/2011 9:30:41 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, 
_lisabet991@xxxxxxxx (mailto:lisabet991@xxxxxxx)  writes:


I  think Yahoo is a good enough option and this is too much time for you to 
 spend, especially given this initial glitch about repying to one  person.

Let's be simple and stick with yahoo. No one wants you  to wear yourself 

Lisa Beth Miller, LCSW
Office: 43 W  94 St., NY, NY 10025
_917-399-6447_ (tel:917-399-6447) 
_lisabet991@xxxxxxxx (mailto:lisabet991@xxxxxxx) 

-----Original  Message-----
From: i.m.c.moderators <_i.m.c.moderators@xxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:i.m.c.moderators@xxxxxxxxx) >
To: met-interactive  <_met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) >
Sent: Tue, Dec 13,  2011 8:59 am
Subject: [I-M-C] Fwd: Hello

It looks like the way to  back channel is to do a FORWARD and filling the 
address you want it to go  to.  REPLY and REPLY TO ALL does not work for back 
channel.  Robert

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Robert  S. Berger, Ph.D.
Date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Subject:  Hello
To: "_i.m.c.moderators@xxxxxxxxxx (mailto:i.m.c.moderators@xxxxxxxxx) " 
<_i.m.c.moderators@xxxxxxxxxx (mailto:i.m.c.moderators@xxxxxxxxx) >


I  agree with your observation.  Since it allows only a reply to the  
listserv we would end up with too many posts that should be back channel  

It will take a lot of thought to decide whether to  switch to this versus 
making the Yahoo one the new interactive and using a  different Yahoo one for 
those members who do not want to be on the  interactive.  Again, I do not 
want a mistake made.  Right now I am  more inclined toward the Uahoo, since 
we know exactly how it works.  It  is the one we use for all the other  


---------- Forwarded message  ----------
From: Jane Gold
Date: Tuesday, December 13,  2011
Subject: Hello
To: _met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) 
Cc: Lisa Beth Miller  Miller <_Lisabet991@xxxxxxxx 
(mailto:Lisabet991@xxxxxxx) >,  Robert Berger <_rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:rsb111@xxxxxxxxxxxx) >

Hi Lisa, et  al.
Looks good...formatting is preserved on my computer. When I click  "reply 
all" - it goes to the "_met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
(mailto:met-interactive@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) " 
but does not go to  your individual email address. Maybe not a 
problem...maybe it just  eliminates the address that is duplicated 
in the group address. But  it is different and interesting to note.
On Dec 13, 2011, at 6:03  AM, _Lisabet991@xxxxxxxx 
(mailto:Lisabet991@xxxxxxx)  wrote:
Just sending this to see if  the formatting is maintianed.

Moderators, does this look the  way I sent it previously?
*Registration forms with checks for the  March 3rd Conference/Workshop will 
be accepted at the Holiday Party, by Dr.  Robert S.  Berger.
Met  Chapter

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