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From: Loki <daddyjim@**********.COM>
Subject: [ADMIN] Posting Guidelines (was Re: QUESTION)
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 1998 12:30:55 -0800
---Noah Overton <NOAH_OVERTON@*************.OM.HP.COM> wrote:

<big ka-snip>

> here is how i believe the card is played.
> Tony pays 4 neyun to play Cement Shoes on redline. loki plays SoC
> to target Skwraaaaaark!. Skwraaaaaark gets trashed and Tony
pays for
> it.


A few list members have mentioned it, and the GridSecs have commented
on it. I guess with the recent influx of newbies I may as well pull
out the FL soapbox and chime in.

There was 30+ lines quoted before the 4 lines of this post. I'm not
picking on alone Noah, there are several others guilty as well (how do
you tink tit got to 30 lines before you replied).

Come one people, lets start trimming messages. You usually only need
to leave 2-5 lines when your replying for the relevence of the thread
to continue.

It can get wooly when you have to wade through a screen and a half of
message just to get to the couple of lines someone sent at the bottom.

That brings me to another thing. When replying to a post, please put
your message at the _bottom_ after the portion you've quoted and

None of this is new, posting guidelines and more are all contained in
the SRCard FAQ. A copy can be found by following the link in my sig
(it's been there for months) and there's a link to the copy at
Dvixen's site off the SRCard page at FASA's site.

With the Ranger X thing, I feel like I've done nothing but harp all
day, and I'm not even in a bitchy mood. Guess I'll go have a Mt. Dew
from the pop machine. I'm taking an early day, I get to go home in a
1/2 hour.

Back to the list.

Welcome to the 6th World. Play Nice.

-== Loki ==-
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