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Subject:Re: What would you do? From:Grant Hogarth <grant -at- ONYXGFX -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 29 Jul 1996 18:21:21 -7
While I agree with Arlen in the main on this, I also think that I'd
give them a call just to make sure that somebody didn't accidentally
send me a draft. But one "second chance" is all they'd get.
We all make mistakes, and sometimes get mistakes "made" for us
(Maliciously or inadvertently).
I don't think your standards are too high, Susan.
I like Jeffrey's suggestion as well. It appeals to my sense of
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