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Re: Art Colleges versus Universities LONG

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Larry Cox (L_J_Cox)
Mon, 11 Jan 1999 18:18:36 -0700

Actually, I was on this web until last April, when I dropped out due to
rudeness and unnecessary messages. I love it here now. A lot of good
things are being shared.
Thanks everyone. Linda in Nm
-----Original Message-----
From: AbeleSmith <AbeleSmith>
To: astroboy <astroboy>;
Date: Monday, January 11, 1999 5:58 PM
Subject: Re: Art Colleges versus Universities LONG

>Unaware as I have been about the goings on you speak about, you can be
>that rude, crude, socially unacceptable people (the ones who have been
>privately to you) come from all areas of education, not just universities.
>Many university graduates, CEO's, etc., are poor spellers. Some of us just
>type too fast to correct the mistakes. Some think faster than they write.
>Some of us aren't on AOL and don't have the benefit of spell check!
>the "beef" I hope that the wonderful people on our ArtsEdNet can keep their
>heads and shoulders above the crowd and can commune with each other on a
>"higher" level. We are all creative, talented individuals and should look
>things globally -- not nitpicky!
>That's my rant...
>Terry in Garland Texas