Re: Is your documentation copyrighted?

Subject: Re: Is your documentation copyrighted?
From: Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com>
To: "Higgins, Lisa" <LHiggins -at- carrieraccess -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 14:10:26 -0600

Lisa,

You are a woman after my own heart! The same evil notion occurred to me, too!

Jo Byrd

"Higgins, Lisa" wrote:

> > And how do you know that the envelope wasn't mailed empty and unsealed some
> time ago?
>
> Thank you. I've been chiding myself for being such a devious person that it
> would occur to me to mail myself an unsealed envelope, wait for something
> brilliant and successful to be published, copy it, stick it in the envelope,
> then seal it up and trot off to court.
>
> I've often considered mailing a blank sheet of paper by certified mail to
> companies I don't like, too. Then, later on, I could make up some big official
> demand letter, dated a day or two before the postmark, and I'd have the
> receipt to 'prove' I sent it and it was delivered correctly.
>
> And to answer the obvious question, yes, I am available for consultation on
> white-collar crimes and world domination schemes.
>
> Evil Lisa.





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