> Possible, but based on the sheer numbers of list managers who have trouble
> with AOL users it would seem that there is something of substance.
I have had more problems with *.edu sites than I've ever had with AOL
users who want to subscribe to "rec.arts.erotica". It is rare that I
will talk about other online services at all, but in this regard I
must stand up for AOL users. Those who take the time to learn, and
those who seriously want information, they are the members worth
their weight in gold. (How much does an electron's worth of gold
weigh? :> )
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