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I think John's point here was that when we get involved we need to be
careful because we never know who is looking - who is evaluating us. We
are always making an impression. Let us hope that we are always making a
good impression, that we can be proud of. And who knows, if we make a
good impression, we may from time-to-time benefit from it as well.
andreea Rotaru wrote:
> John said: ...my manager at my current contract was a lurker on the list
> and had contacted me BECAUSE of my approach on this list.
> BTW...I'm still there, been renewed several times and everything
> seems to be fine (BTW...my sig says I'm looking for a repolacement
> contract...that's MY wishes.)
> Well, John, we are really happy for you. I don't know how nasty you really
> are, but arrogance suits you very well.
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