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woah there, i'm sure you're a very clever and important person in your world, but everyone is equal here, and you already agreed to the rules of this site which include "# Personal attacks on others will not be tolerated." which i ceratinly consider this to be. my answer was perfectly accurate and to the point. I was simply also implying that the last dozen times it was asked the answers were also similarily accurate and to the point. This site is a great resource of information, not just a place to ask questions without researching yourself first. I'm sure you would agree with the main contributers of this site that people ask the same questions again and again. i just guess that your sense of humour is not quite on a par with mine. maybe one day you'll get there ;-) Maybe you'd be interested in reading the first link in my signature, and you can see in great detail what everyone get's frustrated about on mailing lists and forums. my answer may not have seemed terribly polite from where you are sitting, but it's 100% correct, and helpful.
and terse has an e at the end of it.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 09-01-2002 at 04:56 PM.