DS Syndrome

From: Reed Konsler (rkonsler@hotmail.com)
Date: Mon 19 May 2003 - 21:35:52 GMT

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    It takes two to have an argument. On a memetics list, it would seem only too obvious to point out that controversy, conflict, and charged language tend to attract attention. But if that detracts from the utility of this forum, that isn't a problem of a single person.

    It's the result of a general lack of self-discipline.



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