Ruairí Newman [19/10/01 14:59 +0100]:
>> Kathryn Cassidy [18/10/01 12:16 +0100]:
> > > It should be pointed out that your argument would be much better directed
> > > at your local TD, rather than us. They can make a difference in Law. We
> > > can't.
> > Agreed. I fail to see the connection to linux.
> > me.
>> Of course this is an excellent forum in which to obtain varied opinions on
> any topic. And of course it is EXTREMELY rare that any discussion on the
> social list has any bearing whatsoever on Linux anyway, this being the first
> time that I've heard anybody objecting to the discussion of a social issue on
> the social list.
>> Of course there is also the argument that the social list should only be used
> for mails regarding "socialising", but these of course wouldn't have much
> bearing on Linux either.
>> Anyway, I am up to my eyeballs here with a dodgy UPS (bloody Friday
> afternoon, wouldn't you just know it) so I'm off.
I was wondering why this hadn't been delivered on Friday... dodgy bloody
mailserver... that's what I get for running my smtp server on a box I use for
experimenting. Apologies for the late (and by now redundant) reply.
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"We ask you to please remain seated as Captain Kangaroo bounces
us to the terminal".
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