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Subject: A Request
From: "Max D. Winter" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Max D. Winter
Date:Thu, 16 Nov 2017 22:57:24 -0500
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When posts go far afield from the stated topic, as they have done with "Nilsson on Corelli and 
Turandot" (which thus far has served as the topic heading for, among other things, a series of 
posts about Jessye Norman, tenors who sang in Forza, great operatic performances people 
have witnessed, and Domingo as Otello), would people please change the subject heading (if 
desired, using a "Was Re:" reference)?  It makes no sense to continue a string with a subject 
heading that has nothing to do with the actual subject of the post.  

This happens a lot and it is annoying as well as misleading about the subject under 
discussion.

Thanks.

MDW

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