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Subject:Re: (Fwd) Re: Not Wanted--Technical Writers From:"P.A. Gantt" <pagantt -at- POSTOFFICE -dot- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 17 Dec 1997 13:12:57 -0500
> My question is why someone would want
> to post really great comments but want to
> remain anonymous???
> Possibly to keep from getting harassed by those members who disagree. Whydoes
> it matter, anyway?
Yeah, I understand the need to do CYA w/ a company
I was trying to point out that anonymous was
taking unfair shots at Denise...
naming her yet remaining anonymous.
Yes, I also have taken heat and do understand
the <eh hem> unconfortable position that some
on this list make another poster *try* to feel but
if someone doesn't like my posts see
me offlist. At least they know who to email
> Please consider posting with your sig.
> so we know who is answering/responding
> to a question of debate.
See above. Keeps us honest when replying and"hitting on" others credentials yet
own under the cloak of anonymity.
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