It appears as if <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|Compulsive over-posters just need a mental tweaking to remind them that not
+ everyone wants to see their names 8 - 15 times a day, but would prefer to
+ enjoy them email appearances in quality, not quantity.
Using modern Internet technology the "Compulsive over-posters" could instead
create a number of separate identities, let them subscribe to the list, write
comments, and generally behave as-if they actually did not form a part of the
C.O.P. thus not triggering the mental immune system reactions of those allergic
to seeing a name with a higher than 173.6111 µHz frequency [¹].
Better living through technology.
¹) 1 day = 24 hours = 24 * 60 minutes = 24 * 60 * 60 seconds = 86400 s.
8 times per day = (8 / 86400) Hz ~ 92.592593e-06 Hz = 92.592593 µHz.
15 times per day = (15 / 86400) Hz ~ 173.61110e-06 Hz = 173.61110 µHz.
The butcher with the sharpest knife . . . has the warmest heart.
--No. 6: A Change of Mind
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