(urth) apology

Daniel D Jones ddjones at riddlemaster.org
Tue May 23 14:46:34 PDT 2006

On Tuesday 23 May 2006 13:16, b sharp wrote:
> I'd like to apologize for monopolizing so much of the community space
> lately.  My excuse is that I spent the last 20 years reading the 5 Urth
> books at least once and often twice a year with no one to discuss them.  So
> the floodgates are currently open, unless a chorus of complaints arise. The
> reservoir is draining and should be at more acceptable levels soon.

I'm rather at a loss as to why you'd apologize for discussing Wolfe's works on 
a mailing list devoted to discussing Wolfe's works.  It's email.  If someone 
is offended or bored with your posts, they can easily skip over the posts.  
If they're really tired of reading your posts, they can twit you.  
Personally, I've found your posts quite interesting.  Post on.

(I'm not sure if the word "twit" is still commonly used in this manner.  In 
the old BBS days and the early days of the Internet, all of a decade and a 
half or so ago, a "twit filter" was a filter which automatically deleted 
posts from a specific person.  To "twit" someone was to add them to your twit 

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