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I never have a spare minute to follow the threads, and I envy all of you who
do. You must be super-writers (managers, illustrators, developers, etc).
So that I may, in a albiet reliant and uncommited way, understand - I ask
. . .
Is this sub shop thread related to the guy who followed a diet program read
from a franchise menu board?
From: Keith Cronin [mailto:kcronin -at- DALEEN -dot- COM]
Sent: Friday, February 02, 2001 9:04 AM
Subject: Re: The Sub Shop Guy
I'm looking at the TECHWR-L digest for February 1, and to me it speaks
volumes that out of the 78 messages that follow Andrew's latest sub-shop
rant, NOBODY has even tried to counter with a snappy response.
Well put, Andrew!
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