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On Monday 28 October 2002 01:40,  JamesBritt wrote:
> Um, not to be too picky or anything, but many (if not most) of the folks
> on this list use text-based E-mail clients, and HTML-formatted messages
> are often frowned upon.

HTML-only messages are definitely annoying, but the message to which this 
appears to be a response was a two part MIME deal. The first part was 
text/plain, the second was text/html. So shouldn't a text-based email 
client show you the text part, rather than the source for the HTML part-- 
especially since the HTML came <emphasis>after</emphasis> the text part?

That said, my favorite bit is this:

  <p class=3DMsoAutoSig><b><font size=3D2 face=3D"Comic Sans MS"><span
  style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Comic Sans =
  MS";font-weight:bold'>&nbsp;</span></font></b></p>

All that style for a space?

 -michael

<signature>
  <name>Michael C. Libby</name>
  <email>x / ichimunki.com</email>
  <web-site>http://www.ichimunki.com/</web-site>
  <public-key>http://www.ichimunki.com/public_key.txt</public-key>
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