Dear God. Dear. God.
On 5/6/05, Rory Browne <rory.browne at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I think it's funny that the typical response of any geek to a joke is to
> > sit back, say 'hmm...', then point out interesting points about the
> > delivery of the joke, various merits or demerits of aspects of the joke,
> > whether it's correct or not to joke in a supposedly technical forum, and
> > finally, whether or not the joke was actually humourous.
> I'm assuming this is addressed to me. For the record I was disagreeing
> with Colm's assertion that it wasn't funny.
>> Finally I believe there is a place for humour in any decent mailing
> list. That doesn't necessarly extend that unreadable* chain letters,
> filled with >'s.
>> * by unreadable I mean difficult to read, and the '>' long_line '\n'
> '>' couple_of_words '\n' sequence makes it fairly difficult to read.
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