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In the recent L.A. Times article, Chris Carter was quoted as saying "There's a very vocal group of people on the Internet, that's a very small group of people. There are certain rabid campaigns afoot - I try to take everything with a grain of salt."
We figure, given the article focused on the X-Philes for Mulder effort, that it's not much of a stretch to believe Chris may have been talking about us when labelling 'rabid' campaigns.
With that in mind, the ever artful Jo has created a few designs which can be used for posters, flyers or t-shirt transfers. Here ya go!
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We currently have one flyer complete and will be posting more as they are designed. Please support this effort by printing the flyer and posting it at your areas High School's and College's bulletin boards. Flyer page
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We’ve added a links page.
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We are now an Email List - Join us!
We’ve got this site up and running. We’ve spread the word. We’ve posted in the guestbook. And we’ve sent a letter and website data (including guestbook entries) to CC et al. There is more we can do and accomplish… especially if we work as a team.
To facilitate ease of communication between all of us supporting this effort, we’ve established an email list through egroups called http://www.egroups.com/group/XPhiles4Mulder. We know most of you are probably on a few email lists already, so perhaps the thought of joining another is a little daunting. (I know my inbox often runneth over.<g>) But except for organizing specific strategies and keeping people informed, I expect it may be low-generating. Then again… maybe not.<g> We’ll suck it and see.;-)
In any case, if you support
this cause, and would like to be involved in the ongoing efforts to
be heard (even if its something as simple as writing a letter), send
a blank email message with the word subscribe in the subject area to:
Note: This list is a moderated list – which means myself and Jo will be approving all members – and it is for supporters of this effort only. We don’t expect that everyone in X-File fandom agrees with our concerns, and we have absolutely no problem with that… to each their own. By the same token, we expect the same degree of respect. If you disagree with us, fine. But don’t join this email list. If anyone who joins attempts to undermine or denigrate our efforts, they will be banned from this list. (No, we’re not afraid of opposing opinions… but a) we’ve already heard them and b) we haven’t got time to listen to them again!)
So… join us at XPhiles4Mulder@egroups.com, introduce yourself, then we can keep the ball rolling.
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And we’ll keep endeavoring to deliver that message. But if you’d like to send a message directly yourself, the email addy on their website is: email@example.com
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we indicated in our email notification to many lists, part of this effort
included sending a letter to Chris Carter and several other people connected
to 1013 and 20th Century Fox. That has now occurred. Included with the
letter was a copy of the main text from the website, samples of the
banners created to support the cause, and copies of the guestbook entries.
All in all, over 100 pages of information. Including DD and GA, this
pack of info was sent to 12 people. A 13th set will be mailed today
to MVP Media, who run the Official Fan Club.
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two guestbooks. If you are having problems with:
try the other guestbook at:
book entries are being archived at:
A poll about "X-Philes for Mulder" has been posted over at About.com: http://xfiles.about.com/tvradio/xfiles/library/links/blnewlinks.htm
We've removed the Homepage URLs from the guestbook. Call us paranoid, but we didn't want them available just in case we have visitors from Fox.
Fox forgets Mulder.
Philes forget the X-Files.