At 09:44 PM 9/26/2001 -0700, Russ Allbery wrote:
>Either way, you're cutting yourself off from some users. So it's just a
>matter of reading tea leaves to try to guess which set is bigger.
And to get to the biggest set with your list seen just the way you sent
it...drumroll....sent plain text.
We often hear of war described as if it were some kind of impersonal
affliction, such as the Black Plague or famine.The fact is that war is not
just something that happens, it is something that people make happen, and
they make it happen for reasons. As Clausewitz said, war is the continuation
of politics by other means. Exactly. War is neither a hurricane nor a flood.
It is, on the contrary, the cutting edge of ideology.
-- Jeff Cooper
Nick Simicich - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://scifi.squawk.com/njs.html