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Re: OT: reply styles, family matters

On Wednesday 02 December 2015 04:21:04 Stuart Longland wrote:
> On 01/12/15 11:56, John Hasler wrote:
> > Bob Bernstein writes:
> >> 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?
> >
> > Waste of effort.  The usual reason for top-posting (or bottom-posting
> > without editing) is laziness.
> I often counter that by passing my would-be reply through tac and
> top-post it that way.
> Then they see it from my perspective.

That is brilliant!!  I can'tr wait to try it on a desreving recipient.

Now, has anyone got an equivalent to impose on People who WILL send HTML?


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