do you really support this obsolete statement?

if so: why?

   - html mail is supported by every mail reader nowadays, and nowhere near
   - semantic html is way better for blind people than plain text, since it
   is, well, semantically structured. something enclosed in em-tags will e.g.
   pronounced in a accentuated voice by the screen reader.
   - e mail sizes are no problem with today's hd capacity
   - every proper mail reader does block pics from foreign sources for
   privacy reasons

essentially: this was true, and isn't anymore.

if you think http://www.xkcd.com/386 , you are right, i'm like that :)

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