You may not have noticed that my inquiry to you was not addressed to RPML -
and meant to discretely be "in private." Since I was just curious, and not
looking for public debate, I'll refrain from asking what you decided not to
Let's try to keep RPML discussion positive.
In a message dated 98-05-29 13:37:43 EDT, you write:
> Subj: Re: future "service bureaus"
> Date: 98-05-29 13:37:43 EDT
> From: email@example.com (Mark Bannister)
> Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Reply-to: Mark@appal.com
> To: email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org)
> Nkin@aol.com wrote:
> > I'm sure you're not looking for a publisher on the RPML.
> > Is your intent to ridicule, or, am I too sensitive about cynics?
> > Norm Kinzie
> Damn, Norm. I never thought I'd catch flak for something like this. Just
> along ideas on a slow Friday.
> I'm not going to type what I'm actually thinking here so I'll just sign
> TO Marshall Burns:
> I'm not sure I would pass it along even if I could find it, it was a while
> As I recall the plot was a bit thin and predictable :)
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