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Subject:personal business From:"Julie A. E. Tholen" <tholeja -at- ANUBIS -dot- NETWORK -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 28 Feb 1996 10:51:10 CST
Dear Mr. Andraksen/ Ms. Kinion/ Mr. Kent et al,
I don't know any of you. I deeply resent being drawn into your personal
battles. One of the reasons that I joined this listserv was to participate
in professional discussions. What I have found instead is that there is a
great deal of discussion that should be -IMHO-off-line. Yours is just the
If the nature of the list doesn't change quickly, I will be signing off.