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Subject:Misquotes From:Karen Steele <karen -at- BILBO -dot- SUITE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 20 Jul 1994 07:45:31 -0500
Just had to add to this...
> Sorry about going off on this subject, but it's one that's near
> and dear to me. If you don't want someone telling everyone what
> you said, don't say it, especially to a journalist! What do
> people think when they talk to reporters/journalists? That
> there's some sort of exception if the material being discussed
> might upset some people? Forget it. Just watch what you say
> and you won't be disappointed (usually).
ROTFL! Especially, don't say it to a journalist with a tape recorder. Duh!