Ken, Sorry. I think some of my comments may have been right to the point. And I did learn a fair bit about how digest works. (And doesn't.. For example, I saw the summary gives no indication of length of the post.) However, I was WAY out of line to assume you were flaming me. Again, sorry. I understand your not wanting to be "list policeman", especially at times when a lot of folks are breaking the rules. (As it so happened, I let a REAL LONG, REDUNDANT post slip out yesterday, myself.) When you see a whole lot of folks doing something that messes others up, I agree it's best to post a comment to the list. But I've had a few mentions privately, that I appreciated... especially the ones that weren't primarily flames. (I've had VERY few criticisms, BTW, and find that extremely refreshing, given the volume (length, and/or tone ;-) of some of my posts.) Thanks for clarifying that, Ken. Now I can get busy and start to work for Frank Kohlmann... ;D ! (zzzzzzz = $$$$$$$ :D) jt | -----Original Message----- | From: firstname.lastname@example.org | [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Ken Sims | Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2001 10:36 PM | To: firstname.lastname@example.org | Subject: RE: Reply quoted | | | Hi JT - | | >Seen many good posts from you in the past. However, this is | just a rant... | | It wasn't intended to be just a rant, it was intended to get | people to take | a moment to stop and think about what they do. | | >I'll just take it for granted that my name was one you were | tempted to name. | | Actually, no, I did NOT have you in mind. I'm not talking about | people who | write long posts, I'm talking about people who click the reply button and | type in a line or two at top, with the entirety of the received message | below it by default. <huge snip>
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