[texhax] Distress call

PR Stanley prstanley at ntlworld.com
Thu May 6 03:28:54 CEST 2010

"  I'm wondering whether a mail
  > >with such a braindead subject line ..."
does this pass for good manners in your neck of the woods?
I have no more to say on the subject.

At 02:18 06/05/2010, you wrote:
>On 6 May 2010 PR Stanley wrote:
>  > for heaven's sake! can we have a tiny bit of civility on this list.
>You obviously misunderstood me.  I didn't complain.  I just said such
>a subject line is quite unfortunate.  I must admit that the last
>sentence sounds quite polemic.  But I don't rely on spam filters and
>delete junk mails manually instead.  I don't read unwanted mails
>before I delete them.  I never read mails with "URGENT", "Viagra",
>"Distress call", ... in the subject field.  I delete them immediately.
>I actually read Friedrich's mail accidentally.
>  > >Do you really believe that the phrase "Distress call" in the subject
>  > >line of your mail is useful at all?  I'm wondering whether a mail
>  > >with such a braindead subject line is able to pass any spam filter.
>  > >
>  > >You could as well put "Viagra" into the subject line.
>   Reinhard
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