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Re: Roy Schestowitz: Oh man

  • Subject: Re: Roy Schestowitz: Oh man
  • From: William Poaster <wp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 16:37:03 +0100
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On Wed, 11 Oct 2006 15:26:05 +0100, tjb wrote:

> Jamie Hart <usenet@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Just to add that he does post some really good ones.  This is why I'm so
>>> hesitant on killfiling here.  The problem is the sheer quantity of the
>>> posts.
>> Buy a clue.  If he cuts down the volume, he may well cut out something 
>> you'd want to see.
> The point is that the line has to be drawn somewhere.
> Currently, Roy *isn't* posting a million articles every day, and thus he's
> very probably (in effect) cutting out something I'd want to see.  Would
> you, on this logic, conclude that I would like to see Roy post a million
> articles a day?  No.  There must be a cut-off point.  I am arguing that he
> is already exceeding it.

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