[b-hebrew] idea to deal with crackpot ideas

kenneth greifer greifer at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 1 19:03:07 EST 2007

When someone sends a crackpot idea to b-hebrew members, people who respond could change the subject by adding "crackpot idea:" in front of the subject, then scholars and others would know to avoid the email. This way a lot of the irritating discussions could be reduced for scholars who don't like them. I don't know if "crackpot idea :" is allowed. Maybe something less insulting like "non-scholarly idea:" before the subject would help. Or maybe "mental torture alert:"
Some of the irritating emails would get through to scholars, but maybe not as many.
Kenneth Greifer
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