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And I can save you some effort on this one, too...contact me off-list if you
want some boilerplate for dealing with this situation.
("Writers are always selling somebody out." - Joan Didion)
From: Chris Musser [mailto:ChrisM -at- webridge -dot- com]
Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2000 1:59 PM
Subject: RE: ADMIN: FYI
There's a fourth possible response to those who send queries the list
without doing any research. It's the same response many of us (hopefully)
use in real life when someone new to our writing group, project team,
company, etc., makes a mistake. Take the person aside and remind them of the
rules. Send a private post. Public reprimands don't add value to the list
and are mean-spirited.
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