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Subject:RE: Flow Chart versus Data Flow From:"Gordon McLean" <Gordon -dot- McLean -at- GrahamTechnology -dot- com> Date:Tue, 14 Aug 2007 14:50:34 +0100
If that will end this nonsense then please do. Take your toys, hop out of
the pram and leave (I'm sure you'll be able to phrase that better than I, I
like short simple words that have straight forward meaning, I don't deal in
Everyone else, can we drop this. PLEASE.
If not, dearest List Admin person, can we kill this??!!
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om] On Behalf Of Richard Lewis
Sent: 14 August 2007 14:38
To: Bill Swallow
Subject: Re: Flow Chart versus Data Flow
I forgot that Dori was one of the people trying to make a big deal of the
admin mistake that I made. Now that I remembe, I am not going to help such
people. I am taking my data flow diagrams and going home.
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