Re: I wish to contact you on the ICQ Network

William Tinker (
Mon, 6 Dec 1999 07:59:39 -0500

Hello Tom,
Thank you for getting back to me about my contacting you and many other
advocates and activists.
I have a listing of over a 100 persons in my address book of either e-mail
or ICQ [stands for I seek you]very similar to Yahoo or AOL messenger a means
to communnicate at any rate,I am a hunt and peck typist and by doing this
the ICQ sent out the over 100 messeges to each and every one listed in my
book,which saved me a lot of work......More than likely I would still be
stuck to the key board on my computor!![haha]
 But I have a tremendous request of the homeless and advocates, could you
please give input and information to it will be
transmitted to all of the subscribers to my fledgling organization I do have
some risky plans to get funding for a store front,walk in center homeless
shelter in our area praying it will work out .
 Our state is sitting on 9 million dollars that could be divided up amongst
the displaced, disabled, and poor,but no our dear governor sits on it while
NH homeless people are going with out...I suppose she will never have to
sleep out side nor eat in a soup kitchen,and if she did it would not be out
of need but for attempting to garner votes.....
 So Tom if you could steer me in the right direction I would appreciate it
very much,thanking you in advance ...."A Brother In Peace And In Strife"
Bill Tinker

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Musselwhite <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, December 06, 1999 2:26 AM
Subject: Re: I wish to contact you on the ICQ Network

> Hi Bill,
> This is Tom Musselwhite with the Homeless Action Coalition in Eugene,
> Oregon.  (Also with the Oregon Coalition on Housing and Homelessness and
> street newspaper 'oIkos.  I don't know (much of anything) about ICQ
> Is it like AOL Instant Messenger or the MS "chat" type program.  I haven't
> had much luck with them.
> I have noticed how much you have been doing, I suspect I am not the only
> who appreciates the energy you are giving.
> I kinda go in spurts with the email thing.  It is a great tool for
> organizing, communicating, and sharing problems and successes, but it's
> about all I can do to keep up with my current load.
> You can find out more about what we are up to here at our web sites.  They
> are not "real' current and up to date, but they paint a picture of what
> up to.
> later, tom
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, December 03, 1999 12:52 AM
> Subject: I wish to contact you on the ICQ Network
> > Greetings,
> > Hello I would like invite you all to either post messages or  include
> NHhomeless@egroups on your e-mail list so that you may in return voice
> opinons or feelings about homelessness,and disabled persons human rights.
> >  I thank you very much if you don,t or feel you need to join this e-mail
> group for the betterment of mankind , fine e-mail me
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> > I have tried to contact you on the ICQ network but was unable to find
> > Therefore I would like to invite you to join the ICQ Network. You can
> download ICQ from this html link.
> > Once you do it, we will be able to communicate on-line.
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> > Click here to download ICQ:
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> > How to find me on the ICQ Network:
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> > I have 4 addresses on the ICQ Network:
> > - My ICQ number is 55541772
> > - My Personal Communication Center on the Web, from which you can send
> a message without having the ICQ program is
> > - You can send me an Email Express which will appear directly on my
> computer screen to
> > - My personal ICQ homepage is If I am online
> will be able to have a 2 way dialog with me from this page, which includes
> the World Wide Paging of ICQ.
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> > Seek you @ ICQ
> > William Tinker
> > ICQ #: 55541772
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