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I think the messages that get sent on this listserver are about as far from 
junk as they can be. But...is there any way to "weed out" the daily digest a 
bit? Usually it's about four times as long as it should be since each 
response to a given message repeats the message over again. Today's 
contained original messages with replies and then replies to the replies 
with the original message still attached. It's kind of hard to "plow" 
through it all and for those of us in Europe paying expensive by-the-minute 
Internet rates, brevity is the soul of wit. But keep up the wonderful work 
Kristin Faurest

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