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It seems to me the "fix" Eric proposes would cause a *lot* more work
for him and *some* more work for the rest of us. I think I'd rather
put up with the minor annoyance of scrolling through some juvenile
messages. Of course, I suppose I might change my mind if I were one
of those picked on to have fake messages sent in my name!
lizbab -at- owens -dot- ridgecrest -dot- ca -dot- us