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* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von Gary Comins an All am 17.09.96
GC> From: Gary Comins <gcomins -at- WORLD -dot- STD -dot- COM>
GC> If everyone is offended by someone else's quote containing a
GC> incorrect slang word, why are they all including it in their
they simply caught the only thing they could hold on that smooth, unnatural
surface created by political correctness where everyone hides everything.
But let's return to business. A friend of mine worked in the US for a few
years. One of the most important things he missed there was this: A word is a
word and if some coworker says something he might even mean it. In the US he
often waded through molasses, hardly ever able to catch anything. A most
important qualification was to say nothing in as many words as possible. OK,
have such people, too. But I refuse to do business with them whenever