[CrackMonkey] [email@example.com: Re: [Pigdog] Quotable notes]
Paul J Collins
sneakums at eircom.net
Thu Jul 13 14:27:50 PDT 2000
>>>>> "Nick" == Nick Moffitt <nick at zork.net> writes:
Nick> HAW HAW HAW!
You know, exchanges like that really do happen.
>>>>> "e" == enigma <enigma at totse.com> writes:
e> Quote-after-text is used in corporate environments to preserve
e> the back-and-forth e-mail exchange between two or more
e> people. It's invaluable when two upper management types bat an
e> idea back and forth for a week and then forward their entire
e> thread off to the engineering department and say "Make this
Allow me to translate.
Quote-after-text is used in bloated money-grubbing
talking-shops so that bullies with the attention span of a
grape pip remember what bullshit they have been spouting.
It's invaluable when two bottom-feeders play with an idea
under the guise of "work" for ten times the length of time
that the talent would have taken to realise that the idea is
wholly without merit and a waste of time; the talent is then
forced to take a broken idea and fake a demo so that the
jackals^Wmanagers don't have to face the realisation that they
are hamsters on the corporate wheel.
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