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Re: The very nature of Kill files and comments
> Far more likely, statistically speaking, he (or she) is
>someone who followed the debate for some time, got bloody bored with
i>t, and put it in his (or her) kill-file as a way of staving off
r>aving insanity. This is not a sign of irresponsibility, but of
>sanity. And by mentioning both that he is tired of the debate and
>that he has a kill-file, he is encouraging others to join his method
>of passive resistance. Which, incidently, is the only way anyone
>can protect themselves from further unwanted messages on the subject.
I agree completely, which brings me to my question...Can anyone tell me how
to set up such a kill file. I'd like to stop wading through debates that
don't completely interest me, and since I came in at a mid-point in the
debate, I have been discouraged from participating in.
By the way, does anyone realize that since Liefr mentioned that he was
dropping the subject of the P debate there have been 27 posting arguing
about arguing about it.