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Subject:Re: Emily Post-ing From:Jim Venis <ujv01 -at- MAILHOST -dot- UNIDATA -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 24 Jan 1994 09:35:03 CST
I don't think it was Emily Post, but Miss Manners who advised that only
when UNDERSTANDING is in jeopardy should you correct someone's minor
error in speech. Otherwise, you should let it go out of respect for the
speaker. Seems to me that the same could apply in other communications.
--Jim Venis ujv01 -at- unidata -dot- com, Denver, Colorado