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On Wed, 8 May 2013, V Stuart Foote wrote:

From: anne-ology []
Sent: Wednesday, May 08, 2013 8:34 AM

      top post ... bottom post ... top post ... bottom post ... top post
... bottom post ... top post ... bottom post ... top post ... bottom post
          one requires re-reading the post, before getting to the new bit;
             one allows the new bit to be read - if one needs refreshing
on what's gone before, then merely scroll down.

      Why do some folks want to complicate things which are really quite
          oh, windows could be rolled up & down in a car whenever;
              then electric windows made it impossible to do so unless the
engine was running  ;-)



-2 (or however many)

many (all?) of us read several posts so you end up with a bunch of nearly meaningless opening lines; why read further? with bottom-posting, you see right away what the issue was, which motivates further reading.

I know this is a perennial disagreement; perhaps top-posters might at least consider pruning the thread so it's easier to know what they are talking about.


Felmon Davis

To love is wise; to hate is foolish.  -- Bertrand Russell

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