On Mon, Jul 16, 2007 at 08:39:36PM +0200, Rado S wrote:
> That's why I'm asking you, who should know; I was only indicating
> interest to learn from you.

Too long ago to remember now.

> Don't ask for something when you don't want to deal with the answer.
> Especially don't use the form you later complain about.

Sorry, but I don't remember the question now.

> ... but you appear as if calling once for a spade, next time for
> something else, effectively making no difference to you.

Sorry, but consistency is not one of my attributes.

> As well isn't when you call for improvements, but when asked how,
> then don't tell.

I don't recall calling for improvements.

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