How nice for those of you who have the slightest idea what this message says.

For the gazillionth time, a driver doesn't need to know what goes on under the hood of the car, and I don't need to know what goes on behind the screen of the computer.
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...

----- Original Message ----
From: "i18n@..." <i18n@...>
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2006 3:03:32 PM
Subject: Re: Theory of transliteration?

Peter T. Daniels wrote:
> (preposing chevrons requires inserting hard line breaks as well)

Why not just choose a properly functioning email client?

And just to head off some points likely to draw bickering :)

1 - the email address may be easily forwardable to somewhere
else and not tied to that particular client
2 - even if it isn't, there are plenty of free and decent email services
such as yahoo itself and gmail. Not sure (as I rarely use my own gmail
account), but I think gmail can probably access the email
directly using the POP settings.



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