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Subject:regarding those who feel insulted From:"J. Sainten" <JeanetteS -at- MDLI -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 26 Mar 1997 14:34:16 -0800
I usually answer only the person who posted a message. Let me know if
any of my comments appear to be insulting or "slams" or "flames". They are
not intended as such.
Perhaps I have been desensitized by reading many other usenet news groups,
I don't see any of the comments in the techwr-l list as personally insulting to the post-er.
(I don't read every single message, so I could have missed something obvious.)
I would guess that that "slam" feeling arises from two things: we don't know
the true voice of the sender and the writers feel strongly about the issues they