Re: virus: Tad's rule #3d and e

Brett Lane Robertson (
Fri, 17 Oct 1997 11:20:08 -0500

At 09:10 AM 10/17/97 -0600, you wrote:
>At 01:12 AM 10/17/97 -0700, Tadeusz Niwinski wrote:
>>40+ lines of quotes, then:
>>>I don't find anything here I disagree with.
>>Tad's Rule #3d:
>>If you have nothing to say, don't say it. (Only if you respect your fellow
>>members of the list, that is).
>Actually I found it important and interesting that Reed didn't find
>anything to disagree with in my message. If no-one else found it interesting,
>then maybe it should have been in private mail, but considering this is
>sort of a public debate I appreciate Reed's comment.
>David McFadzean


Can you see where this is going? Someone say s do not use long
quotes...someone else gets offended: Someone says no "me-too's" should be
left out...someone says they find them benificial. Good rules: Be civil.
Use discretion. KEEP DOWN THE LENGTH. (someone will prob. get upset at the
last one).


Rabble Sonnet Retort
Magpie, n.:
A bird whose theivish disposition suggested to someone that
it might be taught to talk.

Ambrose Bierce, "The Devil's Dictionary"