re-Subjects make sense!
From: Lal Manavado (manavado_at_frisurf.no)
To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2003 17:46:36 -0700
One can't agreemore with the sentiments you've expressed here.
All too often, sloppiness and incoherent 'use' of language is claimed
a 'right' by many a grass root.
Moreover, such denizens of the planet also seem to consider
crudeness and lack of politeness as a sign of their 'toughness'.
Thank you for pointing out and commenting on some things,
which has been something a trifle overdue.
----- Original Message -----
From: Malte von dem Hagen <
To: Ken Copling <
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2003 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: Subjects make sense was:
> Hallo Ken Copling,
> am Donnerstag, 31. Juli 2003 um 20:56:26 schrieben Sie:
> > hello is there a command that allows me to hook up to the net through
> > text consoles i know i can use kppp through kde an gnome has its own to
> > but I hate having to start up x just to be able to surf the web
> 1. This is freebsd-newbies and not freebsd-questions. The second would
> be a better place for your question.
> 2. A line in an email should not be longer than 72 characters. If it is
> longer, it gets unreadable.
> 3. You should look for another email-client.
> 4. Please use dots and commata and so on in your writing. The way you do
> it, i cannot get the sense of your words. Same for capital letters at
> the beginning of a sentence.
> 5. Please put a subject on your mail.
> 6. What do you want, to "hook up to the net" or to "surf the web"?
> The "Internet" is a lot more than the "World Wide Web".
> 7. You may want to check /usr/ports/www/lynx
> Regards, (<- It does not hurt to be polite!)
> PS && offtopic: I vote for a "internet license" to get before being
> allowed to pollute the net.
> Malte von dem Hagen
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