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Carlton Hogan carlton at eelpout.ccbr.umn.edu
Thu Jul 20 11:13:12 EST 1995

In article <DBzs7w.K7y at pacit.tas.gov.au> jwatson at aries.dpi.tas.gov.au (James Watson) writes:
>In article <DBz1z6.6zK at news.cis.umn.edu>,
>   carlton at eelpout.ccbr.umn.edu (Carlton Hogan) wrote:
(....deleted for brevity)

>Look, if you're going play at being a net.cop, please have the wit to delete 
>the original ~250 line message. Pot -- Black -> Kettle

My apologies, to all the many people who called my attention to this
error. I have an 'advertiser' script that handles these situations, and 
checking for inordinate length was a feature I neglected to think of.

I don't think of it as net-cop, by the way: this person's sys-op has
the option to do anything they want, or nothing. I do object to
the drolly succint pot->kettle etc business. I fear that you have 
crafted a catchy epigram, at the expense of valid metaphor, and the 
reality of the situation. But form over function, hey?


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