I've noticed that too.  I think it's because I usually post via email using
HTML format.  For some reason the apostrophes, carriage returns and dots are
are translated into gobbledy-gook (aka Cyrillic).

This ought to be better.  I wrote it in plain text format.

In case you couldn't decipher my last email, I said what JMJM proposed was
like being a zen teacher 'pro se', or in the words of a famous Latin
American philosopher: "We don't need no stinking badges!".


From: [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf
Of Al
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2008 9:27 AM
Subject: Re: [Zen] Call For: Roshis, Monks, Teachers

From: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>From a lawyer perspective, itâ?Ts like pro se.
â?~We donâ?Tt need no stinking badges!â?â?¦Bill!>

Why are your messages in cyrrillic script? Have you joined some cult?

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