> On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Brian Manning Delaney wrote:
> > My inability to resist the morbid curiosity to find out what
> > inanity gets said next in this mess, along with my inability to
> > resist letting my attending outrage impel me unwisely, requires
> > that I unsubscribe for a spell. It's taking too much time, and
> ...away from chaining myself to redwoods, releasing lab monkeys
> onto freeways, and sending university professors letters with clever
> references to wood.
> Sorry, sorry, that was uncalled for and cowardly of me. I apologize.
> What I meant to say was, Brian, old boy, you kept us warm with the
> flames of your wit. Your contribution to meaningful online dialogue
> rivals only that of the ILOVEYOU virus. But if the time has come for
> you to once more return to the Land of the Trolls, we'll try to carry on
> without you, occasionally emailing ourselves 10 megabyte
> coredumps to fill that gaping void you'll leave in our mailboxes and
> in our hearts. Don't let the door smack you on your way out.
Sometimes, Mr. Anon, its better to know when you are coming out ahead...
stooping down to other people's levels doesn't improve things (though I
can be fun and soothing).
I'm wasting some very expensive time right now telling you this, so please take
this for what its worth...
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