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Subject:Re: more #$ -at- %#^&$# secretary stuff... From:Scott Miller <smiller -at- CORP -dot- PORTAL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 12 May 1998 11:10:31 -0700
> Went to talk to a potential client today. Talked to the Project
> Coordinator, the lead engineer....got past them, apparently, because
> they brought in the Project Manager. He asked a few relevant questions
> (no cannonballs, no grenades) and then said, "Are you willing to take
> meeting minutes and make copies?"
> Does this *happen* to you gentlemen?
No. Sounds like a good time to bring out the grenade.