Church History Gems - Funny Footer

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segbert
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Church History Gems - Funny Footer

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My wife just brought me a Church History Gems, and she noted something funny in the Subscription footer where you can subscribe, unsubscribe, or change your subscription. It says the following:

"If you do not have Internet access, send an e-mail to listserv@ . . . "

She and I are both wondering how one would send an e-mail if you don't have Internet access.:confused:
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BBlocker wrote:She and I are both wondering how one would send an e-mail if you don't have Internet access.:confused:
They are probably referring to people who don't have web browser access. If you have no access at all, including email access, then there's nothing to subscribe to.
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BBlocker wrote:"If you do not have Internet access, send an e-mail to listserv@ . . . "
That is pretty funny.

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Internet Access/Email Access

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There were some services offered by companies that broke out Internet Access (what they termed for using a web browser) and Email Access. One that comes to mind first offered Internet Access and Email Access for free. When I believe it was discovered that ads could not support this model, they started charging ~$10 for Internet Access but Email Access was still FREE.

With this in mind, the footer makes sense.
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