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Marilyn Davis writes:
> I think that you might be a little more generous with people. If you
> run email lists, you know that the medium is confusing and error-prone
Internet mail is anything but confusing and error-prone, at least to the
end-user. Badly written MUAs are another matter entirely, but even a bad
MUA can be useful if one takes the time to learn to use it properly.
Claiming anything else is nothing more than an attempt to cover ignorance
with the excuse, "computers are hard to use" or "I don't have time to learn
Put it this way: if you want to drive a car, you are expected to be
familiar with how to operate it before you take it out on the highway.
There is no difference, conceptually, between learning to drive your car
and learning how to use your mail client.
Of course, if you insist on being incompetent, you certainly are going to
be yelled at by the other drivers. Do you really expect otherwise?
That is what just happened here.
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Rich Pieri <firstname.lastname@example.org> / Caution: Happy Fun Ball may
Sysmonster, Unix Wrangler / suddenly accelerate to dangerous
Prescient Technologies, Inc. / speeds.
I speak for myself, not PTI or SWEC /
From: Marilyn Davis <email@example.com>