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Subject:Knock it off From:CHRISTINE ANAMEIER <CANAMEIE -at- email -dot- usps -dot- gov> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 7 Aug 2002 14:52:50 -0400
> . . . One of the reasons I left TECHWR-L and will probably do so now. . .
I hope Andrew sticks around. Despite the appalling hissing and spitting of a few
of his detractors, it's been good to have him back on the list.
I may not always agree with Andrew, but I appreciate the candor and humor of his
posts. In the exchanges I've seen over the last couple of days, I've admired his
restraint in handling this barrage of rude personal attacks. It never ceases to
amaze me that the people who spew vitriol in Andrew's direction think that HE'S
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