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Subject:RE: What not to write when you have no content From:"Dan Goldstein" <DGoldstein -at- riverainmedical -dot- com> To:<techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Wed, 16 Aug 2006 16:32:46 -0400
Planning all those details to trick your supervisor into agreeing:
Posting the details on a public Web site and signing your name: maybe
not so sneaky.
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> From: Mike Schmidt
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> To: Suzette Leeming; Keith Hood
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> Subject: RE: What not to write when you have no content
> ... I think maybe my son might get sick a few times
> and I might just happen to have some critical work at
> home with me and might just get it done "real good"
> and show them how well I work in an uninterrupted
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