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On 11/15/00 1:34 PM, Bill Swallow (bill_swallow -at- yahoo -dot- com) wrote:
>While I agree completely, I am wondering to which
>posts this person was referring. I personally haven't
>seen anything lately that requires a thick skin to
>read. Perhaps my skin is too thick. *g*
Look, Bill, if you'd just search the archives for "thick skin,"
"displays/appears," and "processes," I'm sure you can find your own
answer to this without wasting everyone's time with your ridiculous
Oh, wait... that's the kind of thing I should have thought of before
clicking Send... oh well, too late.
Seriously, though, I think I know exactly what the poster's talking
about, and I may even have been contributing, so thanks for the
----->Mike (The first part was a joke, all right? Sheesh.)
stockman -at- jagunet -dot- com -- AOL and AOL Instant Messenger:MStockman
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