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On 7/13/2012 12:09 PM, Susan wrote:
Polyethylene with woven backing. All fabric components feature heat-welded seam
construction. All Rhino Shelter instant garages have a special layer in between
the outer and inner layers called the Inner Black Scrim. The Inner Black Scrim
has a coating that blocks 100% sunlight from penetrating through the material.
Top posting depends on the topic being discussed. I frequently top post.
In these cases it is a long continuing conversation between a couple of
people, about the same topic and no drift.
By top posting the new material is on top so it can be quickly reviewed
for the response. On top there is no need to scroll through many
paragraphs to find the new material.
I can see the need for bottom posting for the reverse of the above. If
you are working with many people on a project, bottom posting make
sense, as while you are scrolling down through the past material you can
refresh yourself on what has happen or been done about the problem.
Top or bottom posting depends on how many people and the topic being
discussed so it depends on the situation and there are no absolute rules.
Those with roots that precede, and coincide with, and who exhibited the
brain power to invent the Internet and its use (Al Gore excluded),
Many of the Johnny-Come-Lately's, infamous for their willful ignorance
of the early concept of "netiquette" (published in RFC1855 guidelines),
along with their ability to come up with all sorts of silly
justifications for doing so, top post.
As long as they properly quote (Greater than signs on the left), it's not
a problem with a good Newsreader. I have mine set up to put the
quotation in smaller text than the reply, so it's really easy to see
I don't know why you hate top-posting. In our company it's common
courtesy to top-post when replying to email so people don't have to
scroll through pages of stuff just to see a one-line reply. So that's
what makes sense to me.
On 07/13/2012 12:36 PM, -MIKE- wrote:
Actually, one should edit the "pages of stuff" down to the relevent
bits, and intersperse the replies so that the relevent bits are
Top-posting was a microsoft invention that is quite annoying.
We're not at your company, we're in a newsgroup which has a standard
etiquette that has been the same for about 15 years... which includes
bottom posting *and* editing out crap that is no longer relevant to the
What's next, reading right to left because that's how you do it at your
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
Arguments like this BS are what is killing/killed the newsgroups. And I’m
unsubscribing from this one now, because any similarity to a meaningful
group has disintegrated.
"Lee Michaels" wrote in message
I am pointing out how you make life difficult for others. I am pointing out
how to be CONSIDERATE. I am pointing out long established net and newsgroup
And I am being a jerk?
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