Must be a complex reader that is hard to use.
I can read any style just fine.
Sorry, but I have given up trying to decipher your posting methods....
you just don't seem to want to fit in and that's okay.
Your posts come through top posted, which in a longer post makes it
tougher to read, and there's no clear quotation marks for the stuff
you quoted. I don't understand the "I can read any style just fine"
comment, unless you're saying, "Fuck you." I would think that you'd
be interested in making it easier for other people to read. I'm sure
it's just a simple setting that needs to be tweaked.
That was quick. I rest my case.
"Lee Michaels" <leemichaels*nadaspam* at comcast dot net> wrote in message
It is called a kill file.
Do that, you won't have to deal with it. And the rest of us won't have to
I for one try real hard to give people the benefit of the doubt, and because he
does post on-topic at least half the time, I (and several others) have tried
many times (more times than he deserves) to convince this dipshit to use a
helpful posting style, but he flat-out refuses. He thinks it's a funny little
game, and he's just "oh so amused" that so many people have such a problem with
it. The more that people bitch at him about it, the more happy it makes him;
in fact, I'm convinced it gives him a woody. I truly think he's too stupid to
fix it, so he compensates by making fun of everybody who complains about it.
Repeat after me:
"I am we Todd it. I am sofa king we Todd it."
I rest another case.
Smells like another Doug Miller troll.
How was an often thoughtful person like yourself drawn into troll-dom?
Is it that it's easier to compete than at the other end?
HAH! I've used my HF at least a dozen times seriously now, and I've
yet to see one single granule of oak rust anywhere around it or on it.
So there, Mr. Smartypants.
Know how to listen, and you will
profit even from those who talk badly.
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