Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 17:14:54 GMT
From: Saab Guy <>
Subject: Re: Saab Videos

Grunff, I hear you. I'm not trying to do anything negative as I mentioned. If I can continue with your example, I'm the nice guy buying a "round of beers" for everyone in the bar. I don't know why the people in the bar would reject that, so why would anyone reject in providing some great Saab videos from my hard work for everyone else to enjoy? I don't get anything out of it, just the satisfaction of making people happy. SaabGuy On Tue, 03 May 2005 18:06:19 +0100 Grunff <> wrote: > Saab Guy wrote: > > I am sorry for bothering everyone. I just wanted people to become aware of the Videos I created for us to all share and enjoy with each other. When I posted the message, I didn't realize that someone would take that act of kindness in any negative way, so I'm surprised. > > Saab Guy - I must say I'm a little torn; can't decide if you're trying > to annoy people or genuinely don't understand. I will give you the > benefit of the doubt, and give it one last shot. > > All communication media have their conventions. These conventions are > necessary in order to allow us to make easy use of these media. > > Take a pub for example. A pub (that's a bar, a drinking hole etc.) has > its conventions. For instance, you don't burst in the door shouting, you > don't dance on the bar naked, etc. If you don't follow these > conventions, you are likely to be asked to leave the pub, or at the very > least you will receive a very cold response from the regulars. > > Usenet has its own conventions. There are many online documents that > outline these conventions, such as: > <> > <> > > The convention in question is top-posting. This is when you write your > reply to a post, quoting the original post below your reply. It makes > threads very difficult to follow, and is therefore frowned upon. > > > Does this make sense? > > > -- > Grunff

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