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Re: ADMIN: Tell it like it is

From: HIPSource@aol.com


I have decided that I will keep using the subject tags regardless of the 
outcome of this vote. There was a very good reason we went to that system, 
and the system works very well when people will just take one moment to learn 
to use it. I, for one, find the list a tiresome mess when the use of the tags 
breaks down, especially since that is usually accompanied by a flurry of 
inconsequential and unconsidered postings.  I frankly don't understand why 
John has been forced to keep nagging people about this small and simple 
point, which is nothing more than showing some consideration for others. 

Anner Whitehead

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