On why bottom posting....

Christopher Faylor cgf-use-the-mailinglist-please@cygwin.com
Fri May 9 01:41:00 GMT 2014

On Thu, May 08, 2014 at 05:47:48PM -0700, Linda Walsh wrote:
>Now I get why these people⃰⁽¹⁾ have so much of an issue
>with top posting.  From this⃰⁽²⁾, I can see they are really
>thinking of and expecting email to look like a chat-log or
>They don't realize that some people use email to write
>documents that include historical data for context.  But
>like most good sources, will put the historical context information
>at the end in an appendix.

"Yes, Derrick, I WILL marry you!", Monica gushed.

>She threw the wine in his face, shouting "That was my SISTER, Derrick!
>Derrick's face was stone.  The evening had very definitely not gone
>the way he planned.  How could she have misunderstood the situation so
>thoroughly?  He knew that he had to protect Sally but it was the
>hardest thing he'd ever done.  Gritting his teeth and dying inside he
>surreptitiously put the ring back into his pocket.
>>"You have to taste this Haggis(1)", Monica said, offering him a
>>forkful.  Derrick knew at this point that this was the girl of his
>>>Derrick bounded after his sprinting vizla(2).  "Chauncy! Get back here!
>>>Bad dog!" He was stopped short by raven black hair, stunning blue eyes,
>>>and full lips pursed in a beguiling grin.
>>>"I think our dogs need to get a room", she said.
>>>"Err, I um.  Heh", Derrick expounded, instantly smitten.

(1)a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck
(2)a dog breed originating in Hungary

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