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:D no worries here... its always a good thing for respectful but strong replys suggesting something was uncalled for. It was. So no harm, no foul. :) On 3/4/06, Joern Nettingsmeier <nettings@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > M. David Peterson wrote: > > >> given the sheer amount of words that you bestow on this list, i > > wonder why you don't take the time to grab a coffee and relax a little, > > > > btw... I hate to say it, but you ain't seen nothing yet. ;) Wirting is > > my life -- code, books, blog entries by the dozen, posts to this list > > when not doing the previous three all at the same time. > > > > Dont let that worry you... Its usually enjoyable, and always ignorable > > if the code that it started with served its purpose, and you have no > > need for any of the extended explanations. > > :-D > > apologies to the list and to david, my last message was meant as a > private reply, but i got bitten by the list configuration. (anyone for a > nice and emotional discussion about "reply-to: munging considered harmful"?) > > /me shuts up now ;) > > -- > jC6rn nettingsmeier > > home://germany/45128 essen/lortzingstr. 11/ > http://spunk.dnsalias.org > phone://+49/201/491621 > > if you are a free (as in "free speech") software developer > and you happen to be travelling near my home, drop me a line > and come round for a free (as in "free beer") beer. :-D > > -- <M:D/> M. David Peterson http://www.xsltblog.com/
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