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I would like to point out that I have just recenlty joined this list, and I
> must say I am quite displeased that this is one of the topics. It is a
> of space and time on my server. Everyone needs to respect everyone else's
> point of view, but this list is for technical writing questions and other
> related topics-not whether a question is stupid or not, or if the person
> read the "rules". I have read the rules. The rules do not require you to
> re-read the archive before you ask a question. They do not require someone
> to have a certian level or intelligence or skill. My advice...be nice and
> let everyone take advantage of each other's skills and intelligence
> levels...there is no need to be mean. Could we please stop commenting on
> this and move on to important topics...thank you...
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