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Subject:Re: Customer Feedback From:Julia Land <jltw -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 28 Jan 1997 11:43:02 -0600
Robert Plamondon wrote
> In either case, the miscreant never tells the engineer who
>receives the document that he's not supposed to have it, so the
>engineer cheerfully sends in the card requesting the entirely fictitious
>additional information that I've dangled in front of him.
What about the engineer who _is_ supposed to have the document? How does
she feel when she requests information that is offerred but not