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(BTW, I'm also a firm believer that common sense should prevail -- if copy
has a glaring error, the client _should_ appreciate that 1) you call it to
their attention, and 2) you don't touch it until they okay it.)
Glad to be a part of this list,
Kate Schommer | Obey gravity.
scho0106 -at- gold -dot- tc -dot- umn -dot- edu | It's the law.
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities |