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Subject:Re: using 'chair' From:Kat Nagel <KatNagel -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 3 Dec 1994 03:51:01 -0500
"If you sit on enough committees, from time to time you'll
get the feeling that you'd might as well be talking to
the furniture; then you'll no longer object to "chair." :)"
Is 'talking to the furniture' *more* or *less* effective than talking to the
walls? (I had a client a couple of years ago who just wouldn't listen...)
@kat katnagel -at- aol -dot- com
LAW OF FELINE ELASTICITY: A cat will stretch to a
distance proportional to the length of the nap just taken.
====from "Cat Physics" by Mendenhall====