Want a logo competition? Do it properly.

rob_spellberg emailrob at emailrob.com
Fri May 6 06:29:51 PDT 2005

julian ---

i'll just assume you've had a tough week at the office and you're tired.

it seems to me that if an infrequent poster,
   with good intentions, trying to be helpful,
   commits a minor breach of regulations
   [ if it's a first offense, this kind --is-- minor ],
   the appropriate response is a gentle chiding.
this usually elicits a sheepish, but sincere, apology and
   the infraction is never repeated.

[ on the other hand,
     frequent violation by one who is clearly aware
     calls for a response that i can only describe,
     wishing to remain in good taste,
     as medieval.

are you a drinkin' fella?
if you are in your usual time zone, it's gettin' close to quittin' time.
i recommend that you repair to a local brauhaus and
   savor one of those fine local beverages
   that are, oh, so expensive on this side of the pond.
maybe several.

as for me, about ten hours from now, i anticipate a fine dominican cigar.
maybe two.
if the band is in good form, three.



Julian H. Stacey wrote:
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