Re: Flaws dans les plans pour dominations du monde

On Mon, Sep 18, 2000 at 11:39:05AM +0500, Lauris Kaplinski wrote:
> It's just a little effort to write a .procmailrc, deleting all messages
> in languages you do not understand if you get so excited about them.

Which is why I suggested a [language] tag prepended to the subject, or
an X-Language: header.  It's difficult to filter if there's nothing
concrete to filter on.

> It is interesting, that people tend to get angry and often become
> violent,
> is others are communicating in a way, they cannot understand. I have
> myself
> several times been in conflicts, because of speaking estonian with my
> friends
> in some other country - Hey - this is our country - be as others and
> speak
> as we can understand - probably you are speaking about us - bastards - &
> so on.
> But, hey, we should be over such childish suspiction. If you do not
> understand,
> just ignore it.

Some of the arguments used against spam can be used here...  Among them,
not all countries in the world get free local calls to their ISPs, some
people are downloading mail over a 28.8Kbps modem, and content they don't
want ends up costing them money.

I dare say, they probably don't want this conversation, and I believe
I've made my point...  I won't continue to preach it.  And I apologise if
I came off like a raving loon...  I really don't care as much as it might
look like I do.


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