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Hey, there's no hard feelings. I know that I'll start as the low "woman"
on the totem pole, but there's a way to say that tactfully!
On Thu, 17 Apr 1997, Wayne J. Douglass wrote:
> At 01:52 PM 4/17/97 -0600, Alethea Otero wrote:
> >Just remember: Us "cheap" labor college interns will probably take your
> >job someday!
> Nothing personal, Alethea. Doing low-paid grunt work is the price of
> admission - a hazing ritual, actually. If you started work at a newspaper
> you'd be doing the police blotter and obits.
> --Wayne Douglass
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