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> Unless, that is, someone like Joanna Sheldon CHANGES THE SUBJECT LINE,
which is poor etiquette if you ask me.
> If each contributor retains the subject from the message to
> which he or she is responding, the other participants can identify the
> thread WITHOUT OPENING THE MESSAGE!
Another example of poor etiquette is using all caps to emphasize certain
portions of a criticizing post, which is tantamount to screaming at the
intended audience (in this case, poor Joanna).
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