Email bankruptcy


I have accumulated a terrible level of email/inbox debt. There are over 300 emails needing a reply. I have no choice but to declare ‘email bankruptcy’.

My Gmail account inbox

This means that if you have emailed me and expect a reply, you probably won’t get one. This applies to everybody, even friends or family who have emailed me at thefirearmblog@gm…com.

Please do not take offense. If you email was very urgent or important, feel free to resend it.

I can now start afresh and try to keep my inbox cleared.



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • BUG

    Bah! I’ve got a Lady Friend never gets below 670-700 emails unread…!!!

    She tells me to ring her and tell her IF there any important ones; still doesn’t understand that if it was important I’d ring her and tell her NOT send an email!

    Strange woman……….

    Regards,

    BUG

  • SpudGun

    The Finance Minister of Nigeria will not be pleased, he has $10 million waiting to go into your account right now.

    • SpudGun, I wired him $100k last week. I am the one who is not pleased, my $1million is a few days overdue.

  • It takes a big man to admit when he can’t handle his work load.

  • DJ

    Haha, you should have done this earlier while there was still TARP funds left. *sigh*

  • Why dont you maike an @thefirearmblog.com email and have 1-2 staff volunteers scim the emails this way they could forward what is important to you or such. I’ve done this for many sites/buisness’s I’ve ran. You could even then keep your email private and for buisness contacts, family, friends, and the important stuff.. not that answering a persons question isn’t important but then again one does tend to get some pointless emails.

    Just an idea