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Maggie Secara wrote:
>It's not impossible that this is where budget came into play. They were
>cleared for a 3rd writer but not a 4th? His skills were more glamorous
>mine, I guess. The ad copy for this company does need some help, but my
>impression was that if you don't write it as the CEO would himself, forget
>it. Maybe he would listen to someone who ... uhm ... or maybe not.
Hm, wouldn't it be poetic justice if this other guy accepted the job and
then left *them* in the lurch after a couple of weeks because the company
was a "bad fit"?
Il brillig di Twas ed i toves slithy hanno fatto il gyre e gimble nel wabe.
Tutto il mimsy erano i borogroves ed il outgrabe di raths del mome.
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