Subject lines again

To: birding aus <>
Subject: Subject lines again
From: john hammond <>
Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 20:07:16 +1030
Well i seem to have started this ruckus so i thought i'd jump on the subject 
line bandwagon. My post re the BBBQ'S was vague in the directions department 
for two reasons. I was recently told about birding aus by a very good friend 
and have only been on the mail list for a couple of months. I regularly read 
peoples posts and due to lack of information on location end up having to 
google up more information just in case its close enough to get out there. I 
must admit i do find this a little annoying! At the end of the day as someone 
else has already said its only a couple of seconds out of my life, but i do 
think(Including myself on saturday) that a lot of people omit the finer details 
of there discoveries. Why Nikolas has decided to have a near on melt down over 
my post i can only put down to the bloke really,really,really wanting to see a 
bbbq. The second reason i was vague was although i was excited about finding 
these bird i didn't think it would generate all that much excitement. I new 
they were very unreliable outside of Inskip  but i didn't know they were that 
rare around Brisbane. So i guess it was a bit of inexperience with both birding 
aus and bbbq's that caused me to get my head bitten off. I would like to 
apologise to all birding aus members one last time for not being "professional" 
when posting and want you all to know from now on i will include 
place,town,city,state and country. I am considering including planet as i would 
not want Nikolas boarding a space shuttle and heading for Mars........Regards 
John Hammond
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