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emailrob at emailrob.com
Fri May 6 06:29:51 PDT 2005
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,
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.
as for me, about ten hours from now, i anticipate a fine dominican cigar.
if the band is in good form, three.
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