Paul {Hamilton Rooney} wrote:
> On 11 Sep, 08:45, ? wrote:
> > On Tue, 11 Sep 2007 00:03:51 +0100, Sacha
> >
> >
> > wrote:
> > >On 10/9/07 22:50, in article r_iFi.8157$gA6.2...@newsfe2-gui.ntli.net, "John
> > >Vanini" wrote:

> >
> > >> "Pies" wrote in message
> > >>news:LFiFi.34874$mZ5.7704@newsfe6-win.ntli.net...
> > >>> John Vanini wrote:
> > >>>> Do you realise that Rita F ia an anagram of "I R Fat"? Has that got
> > >>>> anything to do with it?

> >
> > >>> I Fart, too...

> >
> > >> You probably do, Pies, but we didn't need to know that (lol).

> >
> > >> John

> >
> > >Come on, John, please cut out the cross-posting. You've received gardening
> > >help and advice here so please don't spoil this group for yourself and
> > >everyone else. You will rapidly go into kill files if you continue.

> >
> > Stamp your feet and threaten with your killfile all you like, but he can
> > crosspost where the **** he likes.- Hide quoted text -
> >
> > - Show quoted text -

>
> Silly campaigns against crossposting are a misguided waste of time.
> Crossposting can only enrich a group. It cannot spoil a group.
> Subscribers can easily choose not to read, or even see, crossposts.
>
> Can you imagine sitting in a pub having a chat with your fellow
> gardeners, when up pops one gent and says - don't talk to him!! He's
> got other interests! This conversation is restricted to gardeners!
>
> Crossposting is probably banned by David Cameroon's Conservatives, but
> they are the lunatic fringe. What's more, Jesus commanded us to
> crosspost.


Blessed are the crossposters for they shall inherit the Usenet.