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Subject:Re: Re: Use of "OK" - Really? From:"Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 15 May 1997 13:14:22 -0700
At 03:09 PM 5/15/97 EST, Don Smith wrote:
> Wayne wrote in part:
> "Microsoft uses 'OK." What more do you need to know?
> --Wayne Douglass"
> - - - -
> May I assume that you are speaking, "Tongue-In-Cheek", Wayne?!
Maybe I've been in California too long, but I've learned to go with the
flow, man. I mean, don't push the river.
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