Re: Simple editing - willingness versus competence
Kevin wrote:Wisdon that far pre-dates the 1960's: Don't scratch a rash.
There's been a rash, lately,
If anyone else has "Me too" fever, do those of us on dial-up a favor: mail the perp directly.
Better yet, try turning your Monday blahs into something your employer would approve of. *Tfbbt*.
Flames to /dev/null.
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