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Hello, I have just joined this list and keep comming across old and
>To learn how to botch a job, so that it can be finished on time and appear
>to have been done properly, apply to the nearest slave.
[ You do not need to apply to the nearest slave all you have to do is to
come across a crook. Last week I did my nut with a so called communications
consultant (Italian). Not only was this person charging our client enough
money for me to retire on but had no idea what white space is on a leaflet.
>However, "Philosophers charge high prices to teach us that material things
[I have a BA in philosophy from London and only charge a modest fee to
philosophise for you!!