> > If it's a choice between nn and tin, I'll take nn (I'd even
> > take pine's news reading abilitles over tin!)
> > email@example.com (informal) "We could all be wrong."
> -- Now who's a fool Piers?? Hmmm? It would be you. I tried reading news
> with Pine yesterday. It sucks. Worse than tin.
*sigh* I sometimes feel I should preface some of my comments
with [heavy sarcasm] or [irony ahead, drive carefully] or something.
Yes, Tom. I agree. Pine's news reading is really, really bad.
I was trying to say that I dislike tin *so much* that I would even use
pine before I used tin... Just as well I've got this---
(my hidden agenda was to try to get rn for ftoomsh)
firstname.lastname@example.org (informal) "We could all be wrong."
email@example.com (progsoc) - Laurie Anderson
http://ftoomsh.socs.uts.edu.au/~kaleid/ (WWW home page)
Piers Johnson, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.