From: Richard Loosemore (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 17 2005 - 07:33:19 MST
Yes, I tried to do that too: just read the subject lines. But then I
dipped into some of the actual messages and found that the subjects had
precious little to do with what was actually being discussed inside.
And that was for the ones where the subject line even *started off*
being a good indication of what the post was about.
Russell Wallace wrote:
> On 12/17/05, *Richard Loosemore* <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> Myself, think I would rather be thrown into the Total Perspective
> Vortex, than have to read that lot.
> I read the whole lot - or at least, I read the entire title list, and
> the body of those messages that looked interesting (which was an
> unusually large percentage of them). I'd recommend anyone seriously
> interested in these issues to do likewise.
> It did feel like I was being thrown into the Total Perspective Vortex,
> though that wasn't just because of the messages, but also because of
> stuff I'd been figuring out for myself at the time.
> - Russell
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