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On 6/15/06, James Edward Gray II <james / grayproductions.net> wrote:
>
> On Jun 15, 2006, at 7:27 AM, Dirk Meijer wrote:
>
> > it's a GMail glitch,
> > your response is added to the conversation, then it's sent back to
> > you,
> > because you are part of the list, so it's added to the conversation
> > again.
> >
> >
> > --
> > Swallow this, it will make you feel better.
> > "You've got a disease that there is no known cure for. We have run the
> > appropriate tests and found alarming conclusions. This is a very
> > troubling
> > circumstance. But what is more troubling is how you developed this
> > condition. It seems that due to constant exposure to the dangerous
> > realities
> > around you, this extremely rare virus has infected you. I am afraid
> > there is
> > no known cure. On top of this, the disease is extremely contagious
> > as well."
> > Perplexed as usual, I had to ask, "What is the disease?" The
> > answer: "An
> > unyeilding hunger for the truth, a passion for the people around
> > you, and
> > sorrow for those who still lie in darkness. To put it plainly, you
> > have a
> > heart. We must amputate immediately."
> >
> > --Andrew Schwab (Taken from the book "We Caught You Plotting Murder")
>
> No offense intended here, but your signature, while clever, is a bit
> long.  You posted three lines of content followed by eleven lines
> extra fluff.  Most people try to keep their signatures at four lines
> or less.
>
> James Edward Gray II


While Etiquette is on the table, can someone please tell me why replying at
the top of a post is considered bad form?

Cheers

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