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some folks also deal with p*&^ poor internet gateways...my work account can
take up to 4 or 5 hours to route an internet message from our gateway in
Chicago to my mail server in LA (from which I retrieve my mail in Seattle).
go figure ;)
At 00:58 12/15/98 -0500, Brett Dikeman wrote:
>> Kinda Funny what sets people off. Oh Brett, it is impossible to do what
>> ask as there were no responses when I got the original message. You must
>> realize that most probably most of us were replying withing a matter of a
>> few minutes of eachother. THus, the reason for not knowing that similar
>> responses existed. If it bothers your, just don't read the posts, or leave
>> the list.
>Funny, I sorta host the 200q20v list. Can't very well just up an leave it.
>In retrospect, I was thinking of the 200q20v list only when I made my
>comments; due to a small number of subscribers, distribution time is
>around the order of a minute, so we usually don't have this problem.
>The Q list has a much larger distribution time, so naturally this
>sort of thing would happen a lot. In fact, the thread lasted about
>30-60 minutes, which is about the typical distribution time for a
>list as large as the Q list.
>Such is life. Oh well. I guess it's good that questions get
>answered too much than not at all.
>"Diplomacy is the art of telling someone to go to hell and making
>them happy to be on their way." - Mark Twain
>"Oh no. Not again." - The bowl of Petunias
>"... it is important to realize that any lock can be picked with a
>big enough hammer." -- Sun System & Network Admin manual
>Statler: "Hey, this one sounds cute."
>Waldorf: "You old fool, that's not the personals, it's the obituaries!"
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