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Vladimir Svrkota wrote: > What the...?! It's not an insult, for God's sake, it's a tag. Do you see > the "-- " characters above it? They are called "tag separator". That > means everything below them has nothing to do with the topic. Tags are > widely used, usually to display some additional info about the author, > his feelings and thoughts about some issues, but mostly for fun . In my > case, tags are picked randomly by my news client from a file that mostly > consists of lines spoken in an animated TV show called South Park. Just > like the one at the bottom of this post, spoken by kid named Eric > Cartman, when his friend's gay dog "jumped" another male dog ;) LOL I watch South Park (a lot more often since I've gotten my ReplayTV...) and didn't recognize it, but I don't think I've seen that ep yet. You *could* preface your quote with "Random quote:" or something like that... I just figured you had a lame .sig! ...OK, so my sig is so TOTALLY boring so maybe I don't have a leg to stand on in this discussion... -- Glen Starrett