Okay I can do that, but why is it inappropriate? Honest question not trying
to start anything.
Watch for the bounce.
If ya didn't see it, ya didn't feel it.
If ya see it, it didn't go off.
Old Air Force Munitions Saying
I've seen real flames start over such a thing and I didn't want that to
happen to you.
They have other rules they will rant about though. I don't see you doing it,
but I saw JT jump all over some one for posting in all capital letters. For
some reason that is considered shouting.
Of course not many of us have escaped JT's sarcasm. :-)
an example of the problem is that your origional post took up, on my
news reader, 5568 lines and took maybe 20 seconds to download. this news
group can get several hundred posts a day and if most were that long i
wouldn't have the time to read all of them.
this post may take up about 50 lines so i can download 100 of them in
the same amount of time. if alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking is used to
post the pictures to, than if i am interested, and have the time i can
go there to view them.
no rule, just courtesy! :-)
hope this helps.
just my 2cents
Good job.....only one little, teeny-weeny problem though. (I'm not being a
net-nanny here, just offering up some kindly advice.)
This is not a binaries group - text messages only. You're supposed to post
the pic over in alt.binaries.pictures. woodworking (abpw) and then make a
post here telling everyone that your picture is posted at abpw and give them
a clue what it's about and what the subject line say's so they can find it.
The reason for that? Well - put on your flame-proof shorts cause some of
the net nanny's are going to come out of the woodwork and berate you up one
side and down the other for posting this scan here and will tell you their
version of why it isn't supposed to be done. Yep........I hear a door
creaking, and someone is peeking in the window - they're here......you're
gonna catch hell now - that' fer sure.....
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