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Reply-To: "fred bartoli"
From: "fred bartoli"
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Subject: Re: Laws of Human Nature revealed !
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 17:08:54 +0100
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What might be useful ?
Sorry, I'm too lazy to read further.
News2020 a écrit dans le message :
> It might also be useful to
> -the lazy reader,
> -the dis-interested reader,
> -the opinionated reader,
> -the older reader who is used to the bottom posting style and feels it
> extremely annoying to have people now give different opinions,
> -the experienced long time net users who have been doing bottom posting
> a long time and have participated in lots of discussions about this issue
> and are completely used to it and do not wish to change it in any way.
> Enough categories of users to ensure that bottom posting will be around
> a long time.
> But yet, a long lasting deep-rooted mis-conception is now exposed.
> It is now clear that lots and lots of people might be either 'don't care'
> 'top-posting' categories !
> Therefore, top-posting is not going away anytime soon either.
> Perhaps this shows something about the laws of nature - human diversity is
> unstoppable !
> "amdx" wrote in message
> > I'm tired of scrolling down, moving on to new topics.
> > I don't know why I should have to look at the same
> > original post twenty times.
> > Bottom posting is silly.
> > It might be useful to those without a short term memory!
> > Mike
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