Date: Wed Mar 27 2002 - 22:40:54 EST
In a message dated 3/27/2002 9:48:35 PM Eastern Standard Time,
At 8:05 PM -0600 3/27/02, dave willis wrote:
>(sorry for the copy and paste)
Let's not be sorry, please. Let's just NOT do it, please. It takes longer
to do the transliteration, but it certainly makes it easier for others to
Copy and paste requires one or even two things.
1. that the recipient has the same font
2. frequently that the recipient then copy the message into a word-processor
and format the text in that font.
I thought maybe an explanation might make it seem less like a purely
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