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Re: Oxymoron list?


From: Erica Maciejewski (erica_57_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 09 2002 - 10:51:07 PST

I agree...Judy's site is wonderful and she deserves all the respect due to her.  Not only by her school but by her peers...Thanks for a wonderful website Judy.  It's a great help and wonderful resource!!!


(Edinboro University of PA)

From: "The Austin's"
Reply-To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk"
Subject: Re: Oxymoron list?
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 17:20:58 -0600
I hope this was said tongue in cheek! I had to go re-read the original post
and got a chuckle when I realized that I had interpreted it completely
different! I didn't bookmark the oxymoron list either, but I'm sure someone
will come up with it! :-)
> I could help you find it but what is your definition of an oxymoron? And
> who are you insinuating IS an oxymoron. Her employer? who failed to
> recognize her giftedness? Judy has spent countless hours and time building
> her website and has received no thanks from her school for it. She
> deserves total respect for her work and effort, especially from her peers
> who benefit so greatly from her work. She has placed her website on her
> own private site, I believe, for our benefit.
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