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Old 20th December 2006, 03:38 AM   #61
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I'll email you what I'm using at the moment. I'm not ready to go public yet.
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I sent you an email with my email address. If there are areas that need attention, let me know, and I will try to help out. I can usually get things to work. That is the only reason they still keep me around at work. We have plenty of people who can speak fluent PowerPoint. They can't make anything that works though.
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We have plenty of people who can speak fluent PowerPoint. They can't make anything that works though.
I'll bet they wear sharp suits.
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Oddly enough there are few "suits". The hot weather probably helps. Summer temperatures routinely are in the 90+ degrees F (32 - 34 C) and today it is 84 F (29 C) at 9 AM.
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