Re: Judy Seigel Ruined My Day!

From: Dennis Moser ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 05/18/04-08:24:18 AM Z
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Ms. Seigel,

How/Where does one procure this newsletter that has generated this
outburst of suffering and ruination. I'm looking for just such

Dennis Moser

On May 15, 2004, at 18:26, Judy Seigel wrote:

> I'm trying to think of a way to explain how thrilled I am to have had
> this
> effect, which suggests that at least some of the material in #9 was as
> compelling & seductive to at least some folks as it seemed to me,
> while at
> the same time not give the impression that I am an unsympathetic
> person,
> or worse yet, narcissistically oblivious to the suffering of others.
> When
> I think of something suitably self-deprecating, I'll send it along,
> meanwhile it occurs to me that these complaints do prove the
> superiority,
> for the purpose of a "magazine," of print over online publication.
> There
> is no way on this earth you can blame a day lost to an online
> "magazine"
> on a morning surprise from the mailman !
> For that insight, as well as the list of seductions, I thank Mark and
> John
> especially. Somehow I'd thought folks were most interested in
> technical/how to -- and the anecdotal (gossipy?) was to please myself.
> Glad to have been of service.
> Judy
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