Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 22:49:42 GMT
From: ~ZIGGY~       <ziggynopsamplace.invalid>
Subject: Re: Toyota in top five again (JD Power....)


On Thu, 4 Oct 2001 15:33:34 -0400, "Daniel J. Stern" <dasternnopsamn.umich> wrote: >On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, FJ40 wrote: > >> What most of these people bitching about sig length don;t understand >> is that a "line" is 80 characters. Many sigs that have more visible >> lines still fall well below 320 characters. > >Er, no. Er, yes. >A "line" is however many characters exist in one horizontal row. It's a question of bandwidth you nitwit. >The standard MAXIMUM number of characters per row is 80, but that doesn't >mean that one counts "lines" by counting characters and saying "one" only >after having counted eighty characters. Nitwit. >This is a line. > >This right here that you're reading right now is a line. Example number one takes more bandwidth than example number two. Why do you think the jerk offs like to limit sigs anyway? This used to be an issue in packet based networks. As these networks failed they brought that drivel here. >So's this. You know where you can put it too.

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