What plant it is? .....1/1 bmp

Alan J Holmes Alan.Holmes at brunel.ac.uk
Thu Oct 2 07:52:30 EST 1997

In article <rd10aJA$73M0Ewd5 at wuli.demon.co.uk>,
Lynda Thornton  <lynda at wuli.demon.co.uk> wrote:
>In article <nD29C71E1 at sylvstrs.demon.co.uk>, Mick Collins
><mick at sylvstrs.demon.co.uk> writes
>>Lynda Thornton <lynda at wuli.demon.co.uk> wrote:

>>> There is just no need for this tone.  I have contacted Juan Carlos
>>> recently on another query - he seems genuinely interested in gardening
>>> and should not be flamed for making a mistake - YOU seem to need the
>>> lesson in manners.

>>  Wrong!  (and don't shout) Considering his blatant disregard (or 
>>ignorance) of the rules I was very polite.
>>  It cost me (and probably many other folk) nearly 50 pence to 
>>download the damned thing and whilst this may be insignifigant to 
>>you, it isn't to me.
>>  But, perhaps as a pensioner, I'm regarded as being too poor to 
>>belong to your rich man's club?

>You obviously have a hang-up about rules, Mick.  I really think you
>should read the kind of reply which would have been much more
>appropriate, and polite.  It is in this thread, and was sent by David -
>it got the message about the 'rules' through and didn't resort to

But you as well, clearly do _not_ _have_ to pay for your net
access, have some pity for those that do.

>Hope that's the end of the matter.  It's a shame that the gardening
>newsgroup has to entertain such aggressive outbursts.

It will be my last word on the subject.


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