i hate nanog

I can understand it when they are using M$ Windows software, as that
marks them as clueless newbies anyway. But the real shame is when it
shows them using Pine, or even Eudora, that is perfectly capable of
handling the trimming.

From: "Sean M. Doran" <smd@clock.org>
NANOG must die because nobody seems to know how to remove
the hundreds of quoted lines which follow their two lines of
"original content".

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