How to deal with hostility on C board?

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    and I will not put the users e-mail address in any public posting.
    I agree, quzah should edit his post and take that out.

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    quzah should be dragged out into the street and shot! This is an outrage!

    Don't you understand? We're talking about an overly-fragile person's FEELINGS here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by filker0
    I will never post, in the open, private communications (hostile or otherwise) without the permission of the sender
    Too bad, because there is no confidentiality agreement when it comes to e-mail. He can do whatever he wants with it.
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    >>Too bad, because there is no confidentiality agreement when it comes to e-mail. He can do whatever he wants with it.<<

    Unless of course you are a member of, or are dealing with the government. Clearly, flicker has not yet told us that the ANSI C committee has direct dealings with the government(s) of planet Earth, because he has been sworn to secrecy by the uber-lord of the ANSI C committee, Batman. Flicker totally has ninja bodyguards.

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    That was the best waste of ten minutes that I can remember having in a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IfYouSaySo
    That was the best waste of ten minutes that I can remember having in a while.
    Agreed. Handbags @ dawn as usual!

    I think I'll close it, but if anyone has any objections to this, please PM me.

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