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> Frankly, I hate to see this, simply because I think
> a large part of the value of this list is its
> size, and breadth. As I've mentioned on list before,
> a thick skin shouldn't be required to participate
> in this list effectively.
> I think it'd be a good idea for everyone--myself
> to think about the quoted message above _before_
> clicking Send.
While I agree completely, I am wondering to which
posts this person was referring. I personally haven't
seen anything lately that requires a thick skin to
read. Perhaps my skin is too thick. *g*
bswallow -at- poweradz -dot- com
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