Well, yes, but people insist on not changing the subject line when they
take a thread off in an only vaguely related direction. As a result I
find myself having to read at least the first sentence of most posts.
Time to cultivate better reflector habits in general - kill off-topic
threads quickly and pay attention to subject lines.
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 5/22/2010 3:15 AM, Charles Harpole wrote:
> Instead of practicing freq cop by being an amp reflector cop, let us learn to
> use our delete function on our computers.
> When I see a topic, like "heathkit copyright" and I am tired of it, I just
> mark it for deleting. I do not get upset with someone else's right to have
> his say. The delete function works very well and it makes me very happy.
> Try it, you can be happier too!
> Charles Harpole
> PS: if the owner shuts it down, then it is his ball game.... otherwise how
> about "live and let live"?
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