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> Bottom line: never take any contract where the
> deliverable is something you'll be ashamed of.
In a round about way, that was actually the point I was trying to make. I
would *never* sacrifice quality, but that's the perspective I keep. If the
client tells me that they want it bad, then I tell them that I can certainly
give it to them bad.
Guess I missed a few steps in the 'ol logic. :-)
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