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Subject:Re: OT? Ode to Word From:Laura Bell <writer -at- WELL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Jun 1999 16:30:54 -0700
Ok folkes and kind spirits -- Jacque is a SHE! This was a long standing
client who only chose Word because his office dictated.
On Fri, 4 Jun 1999, Keith G. Long wrote:
> Hello All:
> >> If you
> >> expect me to substitute "kindness" for telling the truth about when
> >> someone misrepresents their abilities, don't hold your breath. Believe
> >> me, I wasn't even beginning to be unkind. Jacque deserved to be
> >> criticized.
> If anyone deserves to be criticized, Mike, then perhaps it is YOU? Jacque was
> not, in my opinion, misrepresenting his abilities. He simply found himself
> in a job that required the use of Word... And what better a way to learn
> and improve upon his skills than by getting paid to do so!
> Best regards,
> vds -at- kglongware -dot- com
> From ??? -at- ??? Sun Jan 00 00:00:00 0000==