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Subject: Re: Executive Gravy Train Continue Date: 1/21/2003 1:31 PM
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Cindy,

Sorry if my last post sounded like a slam - didn't intend for it to be. :)

I didn't take it as a slam. I'm happy when someone reads what I write and takes the time to respond. :)

I was just trying to help you calibrate my style. It's an acquired taste. I like to compare it to Dilbert on steroids or Doonesbury on business: a healthy combination of satire and cynicism with a touch of hyperbole for good measure.

But at the same time, it seems that the more flash you see, the more likely it's just a lot of smoke and mirrors.

Correct again, style often wins out over substance in business and in politics

Tony
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