Re: ISPs can easily decrease net abuse
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 10:40:26 -0500
Tony Reed wrote:
> In article
> <barmar-595B0A.email@example.com>, Barry
> Margolin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I've heard that most colds are spread around communities
>> through children interacting at school. So the obvious
>> cure for the common cold is to stop having children. :)
> Or stop sending them to school.
And wash their toys in chlorine bleach every day. What about living in a
bubble? Bubbleboy! </obvious Seinfeld reference>
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