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In a message dated 9/6/02 3:37:30 AM Mountain Standard Time,
jane -dot- carnall -at- digitalbridges -dot- com writes:
> So, I've made up my mind: I'm going to try freelance work for at least the
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Good for you. Your aggravation level will drop, but it will take time. Good
luck to you.
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