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> > I thought this list was for professionals! GROW UP! It's
> > extremely
> > UNprofessional to call anyone an "obviously inferior writer" on a
> > list like this.
> I took his comment in a completely different light, Janet. Instead
> I read the
> comment as being extremely sarcastic. Where "they" were under a
> false illusion, to
> their disadvantage, as they congratulated themselves. Was I
Anyone ever tell you that you were pretty sharp? :-)
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