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On Fri, 12 Jul 1996, Scott Sandberg <scott_sandberg -at- SHAKER -dot- COM> wrote the
following, and I am only now reading it:
Subject: Job Opportunity with America Online
> aol: on the move
> You have changed and so have we. America Online is in a
> growth mode - people, content, facilities - everything that
> was is moving to a new arena - and we need you to move with us.
I must be missing something here. Why would somebody whose e-mail address
doesn't end in "aol.com" refer to America Online as "we" and "us"?
Melissa Hunter-Kilmer, who lives in lovely Vienna, Virginia, probably about
three miles from the bustling office described in the aforementioned job posting
mhunterk -at- bna -dot- com
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