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Chuck M. mentions our social needs that draw us
to work among others.
While I don't disagree with you, Chuck, did you
consider the "social" element of this and other
'net communities? I sometimes talk (and listen)
more to you guys than I do to my coworkers, and
you are often a lot more interesting! ;-)