--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Bhairitu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> new.morning wrote:
> >--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Bhairitu <noozguru@> wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>They really should start a new topic rather than just change the
> >>    
> >>
> >subject 
> >  
> >
> >>line.  But that seems to be beyond the comprehension of people here.
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >No, it just seems to be beyond your comprehension that most poeple
> >don't use an e-mail client that requires a new pristine topic in order
> >to have the subject changed -- e.g., the web site or their preferred
> >viewing vehicle. 
> >
> >But since being condescending apparently makes you feel good about
> >yourself, and good generally, well, its a good thing, yes? :)
> >

> Wrong.  

First time in four minutes.

>Thread hijacking is considered bad netiquette 

Considered by whome? Let me guess? YOU! Am I right?

> and you'll get 
> bashed for it on other lists. 

Godness gracious. Thank god I don't frequent such rude environs.

>  I've been a programmer for over 20 years 
> and have been using email and online clients for that long.  I think I 
> might know a little about how these things work.  

Oh my. We didn't know you were such a big important man. 

>I've mentioned the 
> thread hijacking many times before on this list.   

Yes. We are all so slow. Not like you. You are definitely a much
better kind of person. 

> And it didn't meet 
> with much enthusiasm then either.  

Gee. And comming from such a nice warm person like you, hard to
imagine why.

>Some of the other programmers felt it 
> was a bug in Yahoo as other lists will start a new thread once the
> changes.   What happens is that some folks with multiple emails can't 
> remember which one they are using for this group. 

They mush not be too smart. 

> I remember mine.   

Well. We KNEW that. You are one of the smart ones. One of the really
fine people.

> they just do a reply and then change the subject.

Stupid pissants!
> As for being condescending, well that is just your misperception, newmo.

Well, I am one of the stupid, slow inconsiderate ones. but you KNEW
that already.  

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