On 29 Jun 2005, at 11:04, Colm Buckley wrote:
> When following up to a post, it is good form to trim the original
> post so that only the relevant parts are included in your reply.
> If someone posts 30 lines, and you have a reply to a question
> posted in the last line, delete the other 29 lines. The rest of
> the list has already seen the 30 lines, and we don't need to see it
I mean it. Seriously. Trim before posting.
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