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Re: KEEPING THEM OUT.
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- Subject: Re: KEEPING THEM OUT.
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- Date: Wed, 11 Oct 1995 18:23:36 -0500
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*** Resending note of 10/11/95 13:55
From: Jim Fease
Subject: Re: KEEPING THEM OUT.
On 10/11/95 Robert Phillips wrote:
>If there is a thread going on about a problem, and someone on the list
>can sell them something to fix it, send it directly to the person who
>posted the problem. If the person wants your stuff, that person will let
>you know. If he doesn't reply to your post, he doesn't want it!
>I have been on this list for a while, and when someone has something that
>many other people want, the mail will start flowing in. If there are 20
>people posting to the list about "Where can I get one of them..." it is a
>sign that your services are welcome. Just don't "pimp" it on the list.
>Respond to those "customers" directly, and maintain your business
>relationship that way.
>Anybody wanna vote?
I second the motion.
'84 4KSQ - 160K Not real fast, not real slow, just kinda half-fast.