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Subject:Re: Overseas work From:Steve Read <sread -at- NIRVANA -dot- NOSUBDOMAIN -dot- NODOMAIN> Date:Tue, 4 Oct 1994 13:37:23 GMT
In article <9410032056 -dot- AA11376 -at- orchid -dot- tc -dot- pw -dot- com>, David_Dubin -at- notes -dot- pw -dot- com
|> Steve, please don't think this is a flame, as it isn't. You were not wrong in
|> your perceptions, but your perceptions were for the wrong country, and the
|> wrong person.
Hey, no problem. Thin-skinned tech writers don't last very long, do they?