Steve Solombrino" wrote:
> IMO, if there was more bicycle content than off topic discussions about
> what should be discussed, as there has been lately, maybe life long cyclists
> like myself would actually read the emails and participate.
> When I come home from work and see the same subject line for days on end
> regarding topics I'm not interested in, the delete key comes into play. I
> think many of us are content with sitting back and letting people spew off
> about each other as has been hapening lately. I enjoy the list but I'm not
> getting into the firing line. I have a life.
> Now if I can add to a discussion due to my experiences or resources, I
> will. I suspect many of the 425 bystanders feel the same. Just my opinion.
> Steve (know bullshit when I step in it) Solombrino
The only off topic stuff I remember seeing on the CR list is the typical clueless posting prefaced with "I know this is off topic but I'm posting it anyway."
Don't know if I particularly enjoy the implication of the "I have a life" comment of yours however.
Chuck (learned to not step in it at age six) Schmidt