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Re: OT: reply styles, family matters

Le decadi 10 frimaire, an CCXXIV, Bob Bernstein a écrit :
> With that as background, here is my question/request: is anyone aware of a
> spirited defence of our ideal method of "selective quoting," (for lack of a
> better label) one, say, that perhaps has achieved the status of a "net
> classic?" Surely some 'net genius has dealt these nay-sayers, who seem to
> LIKE top-posting, a solid uppercut?

I do not have a pointer to that kind of text, but I have found this analogy
rather relevant:

When you watch a TV series episode, does it end with an announce "Previously
in $series" and the full rerun of the last episode?


  Nicolas George

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